Let’s Talk Money: Making your money work for you

Let’s Talk Money: Making your money work for you Monika Halan in conversation with Aarathi Krishnan

Updated - January 27, 2024 03:53 pm IST

Published - January 12, 2024 11:04 am IST

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In this session, Monika Halan and Aarathi Krishnan discuss finance and the process of making your hard-earned money work for you.

Monika Halan, a personal finance writer and speaker with a 30-year career spanning media, public policy, and financial education, is the Founder of Dhan Chakra Financial Education. She is well known for her bestselling books, Let’s Talk Money and Let’s Talk Mutual Funds. She is the chair of SEBI’s Advisory Committee for Investor Protection and Education Fund and contributes significantly to public policy, having served on several high-profile Government committees. With a background in economics and journalism, Halan’s expertise extends to academia and media organisations, including Mint, The Economic Times, and Outlook Money.

Aarati Krishnan, a Cost Accountant and MBA (Finance) by profession, is a seasoned business journalist. She has tracked the markets for over 25 years. She is currently a Consulting Editor for The Hindu businessline and has held several key roles at the business newspaper, including heading the Research Bureau and serving as Editor of the Portfolio section. She is a three-time winner of the Shriram Sanlam Award for Excellence in Financial Journalism. She is a frequent speaker at national investor awareness events and is presently a member of SEBI’s MF Advisory Committee. 

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