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Money Notes #32 – The Bi-Weekly Newsletter from Halo Invest

Two notes in one month. Only the most useful, relevant and practical entries on finance and money. If you like money notes #32, invite your friends.

Two notes in one month. Only the most useful, relevant and practical entries on finance and money. If you like money notes #32, invite your friends to subscribe here.

Hello!

This is our first letter this month and we are so excited to be writing to you!

A “welcome to the second half of 2022” message is long overdue.
How has it been so far? Hope you didn’t miss the juicy financial tips we included in the previous newsletter, Money Notes  #31, and you’ve started implementing them.
Missed it? Catch up HERE. You’re welcome!

Setting and hitting financial goals doesn’t just happen on a whim. It takes deliberate, sometimes strenuous effort to get it done, but the reward? Sweet!
So, if you’re looking for a sign to get your finances in order, this is it!

So, let’s get straight to today’s business!
A few interesting stuff for you today right here

Hot Topic in Finance 

Industry conversations we think you should know.

Nnenna Onyewuchi, Chief Growth Officer/Co-founder, Halo Financial Services

When talking about financial inclusion, there is a lot of focus on the unbanked (deservedly so), however, we’re also not paying attention to the fact that way too many Nigerians are missing out on an opportunity to build wealth through investing –  Halo Financial Services’ Chief Growth Officer and Co-founder, Nnenna Onyewuchi.

When talking about financial inclusion, there is a lot of focus on the unbanked (deservedly so), however, we’re also not paying attention to the fact that way too many Nigerians are missing out on an opportunity to build wealth through investing –  Halo Financial Services’ Chief Growth Officer and Co-founder, Nnenna Onyewuchi.

We all know Twitter is wild, but this?!
CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele was sounding a warning against the purchase of Dollars with Naira, especially as it concerns electioneering. This clampdown is supposedly in a bid to stop the further devaluation of the Naira. See for yourself here.

For You

Fun, useful stuff you will absolutely love!

1. Nigerians never miss out on any opportunity to make light of otherwise tough situations. In response to the news about the clamp down on the “illegal” purchase of dollars, someone tweeted this. 😂
2. Our most recent Halo Feature post focused on Intellectual Property lawyer, Samuel Abu. He spoke to us about his career as a Lawyer, as well as how he combines that with being a shoemaker and contract advisor. Check it out.

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