TORONTO, Oct. 3, 2017 /CNW/ - In honour of National Seniors Day in Canada, HomEquity Bank, Canada's only provider of the CHIP Reverse Mortgage®, has launched Mindful Money, a podcast series that aims to address the broader issues that affect the financial well-being of Canadian seniors.
Each week, industry experts will join the podcast to discuss an array of issues including, managing debt, health care options, financial planning, real estate trends and the impact of demographic shifts on the economy.
"Seniors are a growing portion of the Canadian population and we feel it is important to raise awareness about the issues that impact their financial well-being and retirement," said Yvonne Ziomecki, Executive Vice-President of Marketing and Sales. "Contrary to popular belief, seniors are online more than ever before. And with the Mindful Money podcast series, our mission is to ignite the conversation about the financial preparedness of Canadians in retirement."
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About HomEquity Bank
HomEquity Bank, a federally-regulated, Schedule 1 Canadian bank, is the only national provider of the CHIP Reverse Mortgage® solution. Founded 30 years ago, HomEquity Bank has been helping Canadian homeowners aged 55+ access the value of the equity they have in their homes, maintaining ownership of their home, until they make the decision to sell.
HomEquity Bank has partnered with the Canadian Association of Retired Persons (CARP), Canada's largest non-profit, non-partisan advocacy association for Canadians As We Age. CARP now recommends HomEquity Bank's CHIP Reverse Mortgage® as a smart and comprehensive solution for Canadians planning for retirement.
HomEquity Bank has ranked on the Canadian Business and PROFIT's 28th and 29th annual PROFIT 500 list, the definitive ranking of Canada's Fastest-Growing Companies. HomEquity has also been recognized as an Aon Best Employer – Canada 2017.
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For further information: For more information about HomEquity Bank contact: Yvonne Ziomecki, firstname.lastname@example.org