First Wealth co-launches financial education platform

Thrive Money

Ayesha Venkataraman
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London-based advice firm First Wealth has partnered with content creator, Zanna van Dijk, to co-launch a new financial education platform, Thrive Money, which has an aim to democratise access to financial planning for young people.

The platform will offer free personal finance tips, live events, webinars and digital courses. It will a focus on women and providing practical, accessible information and guidance from qualified financial professionals. It will also tackle the gender pay, savings and wealth gaps to enhance people's financial wellbeing who have been let down by traditional financial institutions, it said. First Wealth said the platform will initially provide content and guidance through its Instagram channel and a fortnightly newsletter, followed by a programme of live events starting on 28 June featu...

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