Professional tips for investing: Online seminar: Get rich in retirement – the best pension strategy on the capital market | message
Savings goals are often short-term. Long-term saving is much more important, for example in retirement provisions and wealth accumulation. You have surely asked yourself the following questions: How do I prepare for my future? How do I manage to be financially independent in old age? Can i afford to retire earlier?
in the Online seminar on November 24th at 6 p.m. Stock exchange professional Fabian Knigge answers these questions. It shows you how you can provide for your old age with an investment in the capital market with low risk and why it is worthwhile for you to invest your capital over the long term. They find out, how you can generate attractive returns through factor investing.
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The stock market professional Fabian Knigge will explain to you from the ground up why it is important nowadays to make private provisions for old age. He is in in the online seminar on November 24th deal with the role demographic development plays in this. How does increasing life expectancy affect our retirement provision? How will pension levels develop over the next 40 years? The expert compares the costs of insurance contracts for old-age provision with an investment in the capital market. “The right strategy can lead to a carefree retirement”, said Fabian Knigge in the preliminary talk. “Using the latest data, I will show you why you should start saving for your retirement provision now and what role diversification plays in this.”
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Fabian Knigge currently heads the Investment & Wealth Management division at Ginmon as Chief Investment Officer. Before joining Ginmon, Knigge worked in portfolio management at Union Investment, where he covered small and medium-sized companies from Scandinavia in the European equities division. Fabian Knigge holds a Masters degree in Finance from Bocconi University in Milan and is a CFA charterholder.
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