TORONTO, Nov. 6, 2014 /CNW/ - Credit Canada and Capital One Canada will kick off the eighth annual Credit Education Week Canada with a gathering of financial experts to discuss why so many young Canadians are facing delays reaching financial independence and will share advice on smart financial management tips.
|WHAT:||The speakers will discuss some of the financial obstacles Millennials are dealing with and how they plan to get back on track. Results of new national Credit Education Week survey will be shared. The general public is welcome to attend to learn from the experts and ask advice on how to manage their money more effectively.|
|WHO:||Shane Holdaway - President of Capital One Canada|
|John Carmichael MP, Don Valley West|
|Jane Rooney - Financial Literacy Leader of Canada|
|Kristi Harrison - President & Chair of Credit Canada Debt Solutions|
|Bruce Sellery - Author of "Moolala" and "The Moolala Guide to Rocking your RRSP")|
|Laurie Campbell - CEO of Credit Canada Debt Solutions|
|Liz Mulholland - CEO of Prosper Canada|
|Gary Rabbior - President of Canadian Foundation for Economic Education|
|Terry Campbell - President of the Canadian Bankers Association|
|Christina Sackeyfio - The Self Project|
|John Davey - Service Canada|
|Ellen Roseman - Consumer Affairs Columnist, Toronto Star|
|WHEN:||Monday, November 10, 2014|
|(Breakfast will be served starting at 8:30 am)|
|WHERE:||Downtown Metro YMCA|
|20 Grosvenor Street|
For more detailed information about the event, please visit www.cewc.ca.
SOURCE: Capital One Services, Inc.
For further information:
Laurie Campbell, Credit Canada
Andrew Clarke, Capital One