Talking about money with family can be an awkward affair but having open and honest conversations can not only provide financial peace of mind, but also clear the air for other discussions such as retirement and inheritance. Join us on the evening of Tuesday, January 19 as our panel consider what holds us back from having these conversations and how to get started this year.
Families who sit down and have honest conversations about money can plan together and make sure each generation is supported. The aim of our event in conjunction with Charles Stanley Wealth Managers is to consider what holds us back from these conversations and inspire you to start talking about money with your family.
Our host will be Hannah Prevett commercial business editor, The Times and The Sunday Times, joining her will be:
James Coney, money editor at The Times and The Sunday Times. An award-winning personal finance and business journalist, he has campaigned to reform unfair bank charges, pension annuities, child trust funds and savings accounts, winning a number of industry prizes.
Tom DeRose organises conferences on Psychoanalysis and Culture and runs the Freud Museum reading groups. He has published articles and reviews on the links between Psychoanalysis, Literature and Opera, and his research is focussed on the philosophical implications of Freud’s theories, and their relevance for contemporary life. His most recent work explores the psychological impact of Covid-19 and rituals around grieving.
Tsitsi Mutiti joined Charles Stanley in 2007 and is a Chartered Fellow of the CISI. Tsitsi manages bespoke Discretionary portfolios for private clients, charities and trusts. Tsitsi is a founding member of the Innovation Through Inclusion Group which supports Charles Stanley’s diversity agenda. She is a recipient of the Women In Finance Rising Star of the Year Award and the Citywealth Powerwomen Bronze Woman of the Year Rising Star Award. Her passion for guiding women to confidently take control of their financial wellbeing and improve their financial resilience in retirement led her to launch the Women Reshaping Their Financial Future initiative.
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The event will be hosted online and there is no charge to attend. We just ask that you register online as you would with our usual Times+ events. Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email with further details. Our virtual event provider, Market Partner, will email you on the morning of the event with a unique link at the email address you used to register for your place, and will let us know that you've attended.