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SPSE to hold lunch-hour investment seminar


Aug 16, 2013 03:10:40 PM

SPSE to hold lunch-hour investment seminar The South Pacific Stock Exchange (SPSE) will be organising another one-hour seminar in Suva next week.

SPSE chief executive Jinita Prasad said it would be an opportune time for members of the public looking to start saving and investing for their future.

“Through this seminar, the exchange intends to disseminate sufficient information and provide contacts for the stockbrokers and the investment advisers for advice that can make people more committed to start saving and investing for their future financial goals through looking at investment options in the stock market,” she said.

“The general concept of saving, budgeting and investing to meet financial goals remains on every individual’s mind but many fail to take any action.”

Similar to previous sessions, the program will include a brief introduction by the Exchange followed by one of the licensed broker or investment adviser representative outlining general investing tips, evaluating risks and returns and other fundamentals of share market investing.

The presentation will also have a Question and Answer session. The attendees will be given a chance to interact with the licensed stockbrokers present and even place orders to purchase shares in securities most suited to their financial objectives.

 “Investing is about taking an active role in putting your money to work for you, rather than letting it sit in a low interest bearing deposit account,” Prasad said.

“Many people who agree that shares should be part of their investment portfolio often hesitate when it comes to actually buying the shares usually because they are not sure if it is the best time to buy or the process involved.”

She highlighted that one’s success in the share market involves the right combination of strategies and advice to ensure confident participation in the market and keeping risks at a minimum.

“The presence of stockbrokers and the investment advisers during this information session will ensure that you receive  a proper advice and get access to all relevant information before buying shares.”

She also extended the invitation to investors who recently received shares under the FNPF Share Investment Scheme to interact with the stockbrokers who could help them  decide whether they should hold, buy more or sell their shares.

The seminar is scheduled for Thursday, 22 August at Devos on the Park (Formerly JJ’s  on the Park), starting at 1pm.

Registration can be done by contacting the SPSE office on 3304130 or through email on

By Mereani Gonedua

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