Plan well to live well: FPAS Financial Planning Day 2018

BetterTradeOff celebrated World Financial Planning Day with FPAS! 

The Financial Planning Association of Singapore (FPAS) joined the global community to promote World Financial Planning Day by hosting an event on the 6th of October 2018. Established in 1998, the FPAS is a non-profit professional association dedicated to developing and promoting an industry providing unbiased financial advice to the Singaporean public.

We were honoured to be part of this initiative as it correlates to our core mission which is to bring personalised life-planning to everyone. Our founder and CEO, Robert Lonsdorfer not only gave a stunning demo of our solution and its vast functionality, but also reiterated our motto, ‘Let us plan the future together’ by simplifying and removing complicated financial jargons to shift conversations from product-centric to customer lifestyle-centric.

"It was a fantastic initiative by FPAS to commemorate WFPD. It was well orchestrated to drive the importance of planning for the future among Singaporeans.

We’re extremely delighted to have collaborated with FPAS especially since the dedication they have to educate Singaporeans on life planning is completely in sync with our core aim to provide a relevant solution for people to achieve their dreams. Our one-of-a-kind co-creation platform augments a new generation of advisers with capabilities to easily simulate life-events and turn the dreams of their customers into reality. This event has laid the foundation for a continued collaboration with FPAS to set a new benchmark in the world of financial planning."

- Robert Lonsdorfer, Founder & CEO of BetterTradeOff


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