1-2-1 Financial Planning Surgery with Emily Man
Waitlist only- please email Simone@wftv.org.uk to reserve your place on the waitlist.
Do you ever find yourself frustrated that you aren’t getting your finances in to the shape that you need? Would you like to have a better understanding of how your business and personal finances can best work in harmony? Would you like to plan for the future in a more constructive way? Ahead of her Financial Futures seminar in May 2019, we’re delighted that Emily has also offered to provide 1-2-1 advice to WFTV members!
These sessions involve a look ahead at your goals, and a snap shot of where you are now. Then we map out the journey between the two and work out the steps you need to take to get there.
The kinds of concerns that people bring to the surgeries are:
- I have too little or no pension – what should I do?
- I am worried about the needs of my parents as they start to get elderly.
- I have a bit of money available to save, but I don’t know what to do with it.
- How do I make the right choices for my children’s financial future?
- How do I navigate the intimidating world of investment?
Reliable, direct and balanced, Emily is described as a ‘sea of calm’ by her clients. She is a place to find answers and a strong support in times of difficulty and confusion, as well as your very own goal-keeper for those times when your goals get fuzzy and you need help to re-focus.
How to apply
E-mail Simone@wftv.org.uk with the following info:
• a brief overview of your concerns or topic of discussion
• your contact phone number
• Put ‘1-2-1 Financial Planning’ in the subject line
Surgeries will take place at the WFTV offices (WFTV offices, 92-92 Great Russell Street, London, WC1B 3PS) and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Each appointment will last between 15-20 minutes.
About Emily Man
Until recently, Emily Man was Head of Content Production at Saatchi & Saatchi, running the internal production department, overseeing twenty producers each with a portfolio of 3-4 commercials and a department turnover of around £10M per year. She has also worked for ScreenSkills (previously Creative Skillset) as a Film Associate, and was Managing Director for both Electric Films and Culmination Productions.
After twenty years producing films, TV and advertising and coaching across the creative industries, Emily has recently retrained in financial advising. She is passionate about using her understanding of the industry to ensure Creatives, Executives and Managers are better equipped to improve life for themselves, their families and their businesses.