Understanding Your Personal Finances
Understanding our personal finances is essential in ensuring that we achieve financial freedom. The ROOM Fellowship is hosting a follow-up to our earlier workshop on the Fundamentals of Finance. In this session, Nish Pillay; Head of Financial Planning and Analysis at ALI, will dive deeper into the tools and techniques we need to apply in our lives to ensure that we are on the path to financial freedom.
Nish has extensive experience in corporate finance and she will break down core finance principles such as budgeting, saving, and investing. She will share practical tips on how to plan for a better financial future. These concepts will help us become more economically responsible and aware of how we can use the available resources to develop and grow ourselves.
Register now for this exclusive workshop powered by The ROOM as part of its Fellowship. Save the date for 1st June 2022 and join us as we learn, connect, and engage with other community members.
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Nish Pillay is the Head of Financial Planning and Analysis at ALI. She has over a decade of UK experience in financial reporting, financial planning and commercial analysis. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business management from the London School of Economics and Political Science and is a Chartered Management Accountant by formation.
Nish has a proven track record of leadership in financial planning and analysis across multiple industries and company sizes. Her career has seen her make impactful contributions to high growth FMCG and payment companies, as well as to an Ed-tech start-up and a few NGOs. She has significant experience in working directly with senior executives in strategic planning, execution of annual plans and process improvement.
After spending 20 years in the UK to grow in her professional path, Nish is now back in her homeland of Mauritius where she lives with her husband and two children.
I believe that those of us who are privileged enough to be educated, healthy, and part of powerful networks should not be doing easy things. The only way to justify our privilege is to do the hard things that society demands of us — to solve tough problems and create opportunities for others. I launched The Room to bring the most ambitious ‘doers’ together to do these hard things that will change the world. I welcome you to be a part of our story and join this global community as we make history together.Fred Swaniker