Financial Literacy. How to Start Investing

In Ukraine, financial literacy is not a compulsory school subject yet, and many people are simply unable to properly manage their money in adult life. 

Not only personal well-being of every citizen but also the economic success of a country depends on the financial literacy of the population. But first and foremost, financial literacy is a must for every person to use money efficiently and quickly reach new levels of financial well-being.

On April 10th, Promprylad. Renovation hosted the lecture “Financial Literacy. How to Start Investing” in Ivano-Frankivsk for people interested in investing opportunities, business owners and entrepreneurs. The speaker was Andrii Zhovtanetskyi, a lecturer of the finance courses of the Master’s programmes of the UCU Lviv Business School (LvBS), practising investor, analyst.

At the event Andrii spoke about:

- How to learn to make savings, use and invest them effectively
- Basic rules and principles of investment
- Foundations of the investment market analysis
- Cash flows and asset classes for investment.

At the end, the speaker and his audience agreed that the most promising investment decision is to invest in Ukrainian long-term creative projects. Promprylad.Renovation Innovation Centre is one of them. This is a project of the impact investment area where investors invest in social impact in the region and at the same time receive their dividends. Learn more about Promprylad. Renovation and Impact Investment.

The Ivano-Frankivsk Business Learning Environment Development Project is being implemented in partnership with the Lviv Business School (LvBS) and with the financial support of the Government of Canada through the SME Development Assistance Fund of the International Technical Assistance Project “Partnership for Urban Development” (PROMISE Project).

The project “Partnership for City Development” (promise/pleddg) is being implemented by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) with the financial support of the Ministry of International Affairs of Canada.

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