CurrencyFair Hosts Andrew Hallam’s Talks In Singapore

 

Andrew Hallam talks at WeWork Location: Singapore

WeWork Location:  Singapore

  

CurrencyFair invited me to their official Singapore launch for the week ending September 27th.  They also asked me to speak about money.  I spoke at 7 different locations:  three WeWork locations, The American Club, the British Club, The Sampan and at Hot Lotz Auction House.  I also enjoyed CurrencyFair’s official launch at Raffles Hotel, and two Channel News Asia interviews.  My interviews will air in mid-late October.

 

Andrew Hallam talks at WeWork Location: Singapore

WeWork Location: Singapore

 

One of my favorite talks is about the science of happy spending. When we’re parting with our money, what gives us the biggest bang for our happiness buck? You might think this relates entirely to the individual.  But behavioral science shows some very consistent elements.  I’ve written about it this here and here.  Thank you, WeWork and The American Club for co-hosting these talks.

 

Andrew Hallam at one of two Channel News Asia interviews in Singapore

One of two Channel News Asia interviews: Singapore

 

At the HotLotz Auction House, I spoke to a group of (mostly) women.  I enjoyed explaining how women investors beat men.  In a traditional man-woman relationship, more often than not, men take the investment helm.  But I explained why they shouldn’t.  I’ve also written about this here.

 

Andrew Hallam talks at HotLotz Auction House:  Singapore

HotLotz Auction House:  Singapore

 

At the Sampan, I joined a panel of three others for a HoneyCombers, event.  We shared our thoughts on financial freedom, being a digital nomad and how to best build and promote a business that you could take on the road.  CurrencyFair’s CEO, Paul Byrne, joined Andrea Edwards, founder of The Digital Conversationalist and Marielle Reussink, entrepreneur and founder of The EMMS. 

 

I hadn’t done anything like this before.  It was a fun learning experience that I think the audience enjoyed.  I really enjoyed chatting with Paul, Andrea and Marielle.  Andrea, if you’re reading this, we look forward to seeing you in Phuket.  Special note:  Don’t be too kind to homeless people like me.  My wife and I might just show up on your doorstep.

 

Andrew Hallam talks at the HoneyCombers event at the Sampan:  Singapore

HoneyCombers event at the Sampan:  Singapore

 

Finally, at the British Club, I spoke about how your investments should reflect these uncertain times.  Thank you, Expat Living, for co-hosting this talk and the one at HotLotz.   If you’re curious about the message, I’ve written about the general theme here and here.

 

Andrew Hallam at The British Club, Singapore

The British Club, Singapore

 

We look forward to an upcoming talk at the International Community School of Singapore, and some pending talks at Singapore American School and Nexus International School.  In November, we’ll fly to Dubai and Doha for a series of talks, including at least one that’s open to the public, at Doha’s Swiss International School.  Here’s the registration link.

After that, Pele and I will re-enter the Bohemian world for a while, as we continue our journey to Argentina (from Canada) in our camper van. 

 

The camper van travelling through South America

The camper van

 

If you would like to book me for financial talks, please contact my wife, Pele, at the following email:  millionaireteacherspeaks@gmail.com

 

Food delivery in Bacalar, Mexico

Bacalar, Mexico

 

We can easily store the van (no matter where we are) and fly to your location.  Pele can provide several speaking topics from which you could choose.  If you’re interested in attending upcoming talks, I usually post them on the Facebook page here.

Thank you!

Andrew




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Andrew Hallam

I’m a financial columnist for Canada’s national paper, The Globe and Mail, as well as for AssetBuilder, a financial service firm based in Texas. I’m also the author of Millionaire Teacher: The Nine Rules of Wealth You Should Have Learned in School (2nd Ed. Wiley 2017) and The Global Expatriate’s Guide To Investing: From Millionaire Teacher to Millionaire Expat (Wiley 2015). My mission is to educate, motivate and inspire people on basic retirement planning and best practices for investing, using evidence-based strategies. I'm happy to comment on your questions. However, please read the Terms of Use, Privacy Policy and the Comments Policy.

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