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Even if you have complete control over your own finances, it does not necessarily mean that they are the optimal choices. In Norway, there is a culture of investing in property, and loan financing also provides a tax reduction.
In this seminar we will explain how an average family builds up their personal finances:
- Bank - different accounts for different use
- Save for housing; BSU for youth
- Loan arrangements
- How to combine debt and savings
- Good consumption habits
- What's new in the market (regulations and opportunities)
Savings in a life perspective.
This event is free of charge. Registration: E-mail, name and company. If you have no company connection please enroll as individual or student.
All attendees will receive a separate email with all the practical details ahead of the event.
For more information, please contact Inger Tone Ødegård.
18.30 Registration and coffee.
18.45 Welcome by Stavanger Chamber International, by Inger Tone Ødegård.
18.55 Healthy economy in a long run, by Andreas Grønsand, Sparebank1 SR-Bank.
20.00 Q & A and individual discussions.
Financial Advisor in private economy at Sparebank 1 SR-Bank. Five years’ experience from corporate and retail banking. Educated Bachelor from NTNU and BI with specialization in banking and currently finishing an executive Master of Management at BI. I have a genuine interest in personal finance as well as creating an engaging customer experience. Making sure that international families get the best financial advice is close to my heart. My wife came from abroad to Stavanger to work as an engineer in the oil business. I can therefor identify and have experience with everything that needs to fall into place when you move to a new country.