Welcome to the Invested Series 2023

This series is all about taking you on a journey from understanding your money, to looking at your goals, and getting a plan to help you achieve the best outcome for you and your family.  Let our experts give you the insights and guidance to learn more about the investing world.  View the Beginners Journey playback that looks at the fundamental challenges of how to get your money growing when the cost of living is rising and interest rates on deposits remain low. Then register for our live webinars where we’ll take an in-depth look at what’s happening in the investment markets right now, and what are the key trends and trade-offs that you need to consider to improve your chances of investing success. Finally, we’ll round off our series by putting the spotlight on a common longer term savings goal, saving for your children’s education and how investing can help plan ahead to meet these costs.
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The Why And How Of Investing – A Beginner’s Journey (playback)

Topics: Is the cost of living eating into the buying power of what you have saved? In today’s world of low interest rates, your money simply isn’t earning enough in your savings account to beat inflation. Our first webinar will give you the practical help you need to better understand your money, look at your goals and plan for better outcomes for you and your family.

Speakers: Bernard Walsh , Head of Pensions and Investments, Bank of Ireland and Yvonne Donnellan , Senior Financial Advisor, Bank of Ireland.

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Live Webinar 1: How Many Eggs? And Which Baskets? – Investing To Stay Ahead Of Inflation
– Wednesday, 3 May @10am

Topics: We have many decisions to make on how to make the most of our money. Investing can keep you ahead of the cost of living over time, but what do the experts advise when faced with continuing market volatility and uncertainty? One of the oldest rules of investing is “Don’t put all of your eggs in one basket” – but how do you know which eggs to put aside and which baskets they go in today? Learn what are the key decisions that investors should make when faced with global geo-political crises, high inflation and a huge choice of homes for your money.

Speakers: Bernard Walsh , Head of Pensions and Investments, Bank of Ireland and Eoin Fahy , Head of Responsible Investing and Chief Economist, KBI Global Investments.

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Live Webinar 2: Investing For Parents – Smart Ways To Prepare For Your Kids’ Education
– Wednesday, 31 May @10am

Topics: For parents who wish to send their children to 3rd Level education, the costs can be significant. Our expert panel will unpack the costs of sending your kids to college and explain how investing and compound growth can help you build up your savings to smooth out the costs associated with 3rd Level education. “An investment in education pays the best interest” – Benjamin Franklin.

Speakers: Bernard Walsh , Head of Pensions and Investments, Bank of Ireland, Laura Erskine , Parenting Expert and Yvonne Donnellan , Senior Financial Advisor, Bank of Ireland.

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Disclaimer:While great care has been taken in their preparation, these webinars are of a general nature and should not be relied on in relation to specific issues without appropriate financial, insurance, investment or other professional advice. The content of these webinars are for information purposes only and do not constitute an offer or recommendation to buy or sell any investment/pension or to subscribe to any investment management advisory service. While the information is taken from sources we believe to be reliable, we do not guarantee accuracy or completeness and any such information may be incomplete or condensed. All opinions and estimates constitute best judgement at the time of publication and are subject to change without notice.