We often face problems when it comes to controlling our finances, our salaries are spent in no time and we always face brokerage at the end of the month. But why is that? Why did people earn less in the past and still manage to control their finances?
There is definitely a way that would help you overcome your financial problems and learn to control your finances and savings regardless of the amount of money you make every month. This course is here to help you control your finances and achieve your financial goals.
In this course you will learn:
We need to deal with money wisely. A statistical study says that over the next 10 years 78% of those who read this introduction of the course will face a financial hardship. Most of our financial problems are not due to lack of money, but because of weak management.
This course will be an opportunity for you to evaluate yourselves in the area of planning your personal finances. It will also help you make decisions, actions and change behaviors to control your personal finances.
Mr. Habash has over 20 years of experience in financial consulting, training and investments. He brings with him extensive leadership and management skills and a rich exposure in the financial markets. He is also recognized for his hands-on experience in achieving results and transforming companies. Mr. Habash holds an MBA in Finance and a B.S. degree in Economics from the University of Jordan. He passed CFA charterholder and CAIA charterholder requirements. He is also a Certified Empretec Trainer. He was a chairman and a board member of a number of publically listed and privately owned companies. Prior to establishing his two companies, LMI Jordan and Mosaic Financial Advisory, he was Deputy CEO and Head of Asset Management at Amwal Invest. Before that, he was a Portfolio Manager in the MENA Asset Management Division at Global Investment House. He was responsible for managing several regional funds and discretionary portfolios.
Dana Sisan got her Bachelor’s degree in accounting from Princess Sumaya University for Technology with and excellent rated GPA. During her academic years at the university, Dana had her internship at one of the world’s most famous accounting and auditing companies, Ernst & Young, in the Tax Department which contributed in her being more passionate about accounting and financial issues. After graduation, she never stopped the hard work and continued on learning new things. Her desire in knowing more about financial and managerial matters was the reason behind her enrolling in a Human Resources and soft skills course; in addition in recently preparing for the CMA exams. Dana now is an accountant in one of the well-known worldwide organizations.