MONEYLIFE EVENTS


Moneylife Digital Team 12 July 2011
Narayan Varma addresses fourth Moneylife Foundation seminar on the Right to Information Act, saying people must build pressure so public authorities voluntarily disseminate imformation Narayan Varma, chartered accountant and a consultant on several official committees for the effective...

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Moneylife Digital Team 02 July 2011
Financial planner Dilip Samant underlined the importance of savings and talked about investment options and how to pick the right ones, at a Moneylife Foundation workshop "It's not how much you earn that is important, but what matters is how much you save and for how long," Dilip Samant,...

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Moneylife Digital Team 30 June 2011
Moneylife Foundation, in association with Union Bank of India, held its first seminar “Investor, Empower Yourself” in Kolkata on 4th June. This is a continuation of the Foundation’s effort to spread financial literacy and increase awareness about investor rights across India “The Union Bank...

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Moneylife Digital Team 30 June 2011
Senior journalist and RTI activist Vinita Deshmukh thinks that people’s participation in the RTI movement is a must There was a man, who was sentenced to prison for committing murder. However, due to his good conduct, he was kept in an open cell. When he protested against the quality of...

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Moneylife Digital Team 21 June 2011
A report on the 69th free seminar conducted by Moneylife Foundation in the past 14 months Moneylife Foundation trustee, Debashis Basu today cautioned investors that they should study mutual funds properly before deciding to invest in any of them. Mr Basu said there were various pros and cons...

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Moneylife Digital Team 16 June 2011
How does the health insurance system operate and how to make the best use of it? The audience at a packed Moneylife Foundation seminar got to know from the experts who shared their knowledge The cost of healthcare is galloping and, with insurance firms lobbying to increase premiums, it has...

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Moneylife Digital Team 16 June 2011
RTI activist Bhaskar Prabhu gave the audience a crash course on the RTI Act On 14th May, Bhaskar Prabhu, convenor of the Mahiti Adhikar Manch, spoke at a seminar organised by Moneylife Foundation on the proper use of the RTI (Right to Information) Act. He said, “70% of the RTI...

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Moneylife Digital Team 14 June 2011
The Foundation held its first meet to form a Voluntary Experts Group to address specific issues like insurance, banking, capital markets, the Right to Information Act, financial literacy, senior citizens’ issues and property matters on Saturday, 11th June. This is part of Moneylife Foundation’s...

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Moneylife Digital Team 06 June 2011
To strengthen new initiative through staff training programme across 250 branches starting this month Union Bank of India plans to strengthen its customer service mechanism, according to AA Thakur, the bank's deputy general manager in Kolkata. "The bank is going to institute a training...

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Moneylife Digital Team 02 June 2011
The huge success of the seminar indicates that there is no dearth of people who want to know more about how to save and invest smartly—and safely—and stay informed about their rights as investors. The event marks the beginning of Moneylife Foundation’s foray into cities outside Maharashtra A...

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Moneylife Digital Team 31 May 2011
Journalist and RTI activist Vinita Deshmukh says any individual can use the Right to Information Act for the betterment of society and to find answers to everyday problems. At a Moneylife Foundation workshop, she described numerous instances where common citizens have persisted and succeeded...

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Moneylife Digital Team 19 May 2011
Ashok Ravat, social activist & honorary secretary, All-India Bank Depositors’ Association, shared his views for effective implementation of the RTI Act On 16th April, Ashok Ravat shared his experience on using the RTI (Right to Information) Act for customer protection, environment and civic...

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Moneylife Digital Team 19 May 2011
Noshir Dadrawala, chief executive of the Centre for Advancement of Philanthropy, discussed the several laws, rules and guidelines laid down for NGOs Mr Dadrawala explained that it is important for the voluntary sector to understand legal definitions relating to the sector and keep abreast of...

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Moneylife Digital Team 17 May 2011
Buying health insurance is still a little understood area for most people. But it is important that they try to learn how the mediclaim system operates and make the best use of it, according to speakers at a Moneylife Foundation seminar The cost of healthcare is galloping and with insurance...

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Moneylife Digital Team 14 May 2011
Bhaskar Prabhu, convenor of Mahiti Adhikar Manch, says the Right to Information movement must start from the home, through discussion and financial planning with all family members. He was addressing a Moneylife Foundation workshop on using the RTI Act effectively “Nearly 70% of the Right to...

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A large number of people attended the seminar held at New Gurgaon—there was strong participation from other parts of the NCR too, along with attendees from Allahabad, Ludhiana and Chandigarh and other cities in the northern region Moneylife Foundation had its first outing beyond Maharashtra...

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Moneylife Digital Team 21 April 2011
A banker and author of three best-selling books, Ravi Subramanian explained how bank relationship managers often hustle and cross-sell to meet stiff sales targets—compromising service at the customer’s expense   He is an insider who isn’t afraid of talking openly about how and why you...

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Moneylife Digital Team 21 April 2011
The chief executive of the Centre for Advancement of Philanthropy, who was addressing a Moneylife Foundation workshop, explained what is required from NGOs under the law and that is was critical to have a vision, a working plan and a reliable system to be effective "A lot of people ask what...

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Moneylife Digital team 07 April 2011
Deena Mehta, the lone woman member on BSE’s board of directors,  says that keeping women and children out of the financial arena is something a family cannot afford today Women definitely make better investors, because investing, by definition, is a game of common sense and patience—which...

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Moneylife Digital Team 06 April 2011
At a Round Table on health insurance portability hosted by Moneylife Foundation, leaders from the insurance business express concerns over unresolved issues, ranging from data sharing to the cost to customers Insurance leaders are unanimous that health insurance portability is a positive for...

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