TGFI launches 2021 FinLit Summit | Inquirer Business

TGFI launches 2021 FinLit Summit

4 Generations. Different strategies. One Goal.
11:47 AM August 25, 2021

The Global Filipino Investors, Inc. (TGFI) will be holding its 7th annual financial literacy conference on August 28 and 29, 2021 with the theme, TGFI FinLit Summit: Generation Investors. Maintaining a consistent track record of successfully delivering its flagship event in each of the past 5 years, TGFI expects at least 10,000 online attendees from among the public and its global community of 920,000 social media followers worldwide.

FinLit Summit: Generation Investors centers on how each generation’s financial management and income generation needs differ, and aims to provide important information and guidance in planning for these different life stages with the end of achieving long-term financial stability and independence.


2021 FinLit Summit

Organized in partnership with FWD Insurance, Mandani Bay, Sun Life and Go Robinsons, the 2-day FinLit Summit: Generation Investors event program is packed with timely and relevant topics on Personal Finance, Entrepreneurship, Investment, eCommerce, Real Estate and Retirement Planning, to be delivered by a powerhouse line-up of Subject Matter Experts.


2021 FinLit Summit

Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Governor Benjamin Diokno formally opens the event with his Keynote Speech on Day 1. Floi Wycoco (TGFI), Mark Bantigue (BDO), and Dr. Mary Gaw So (The Real Estate Hub) comprise the roster of Day 1 speakers to talk about entrepreneurship, real estate, investment, and eCommerce.

On Day 2, Dingdong Dantes (DingDongPH), David Almirol (Multisys Technologies), John Aguilar (The Final Pitch), Sean Si (SEO Hacker), Rienzie Biolena (Wealth Arki), Edmund Lee, CFA (Caylum Trading Institute), Rhonda Wong (Ohmyhome), Lyqa Maravilla (EduCreator and Entrepreneur), Rommel Ng (The Resto Coach), and Mariel Bitanga (Simply Finance Ph), join the roster of speakers and share their expertise and insights about personal finance, real estate, and insurance.

“We all have the capacity to make money, not just anyone can manage it well. We have to make Financial Literacy part of our Filipino culture.” TGFI Founder and President Floi Wycoco said.

On the importance of financial education especially during this challenging time of the pandemic that poses risks not only to health but also on the economic security of Filipinos, TGFI Chairman & CEO JJ Atencio shares, “Only the paranoid will survive. Informed planning and well-timed action are crucial. We hope that the key learnings from FinLit Summit 2021 will go toward equipping Filipinos of all generations with the tools and know-how to better strategize and shock-proof their financial security.”

Join and experience the two-day collaborative event and learn from industry leaders and experts. Register now for free via


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