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BellaNaija – TGIC set to hold a Media Parley themed “The Money Moves by Today’s Young Nigerian”

24 April, 2021 | 4 MINS READ

The Green Investment Club (TGIC) has announced that it will present its investment report spanning the past 3-years, at a media parley billed for April 23rd, 2021 in Victoria Island, Lagos. Recognized as one of Africa’s fastest-growing investment clubs, The Green Investment Club (TGIC) is a registered trademark of the Vestract Company, established 3 years ago to provide financial education and credible investment opportunities to millennials in Africa. 

Themed “The Money Moves by Today’s Young Nigerian“, the event will be attended by corporate investment partners, members of the club’s advisory board, finance enthusiasts, members of TGIC, and members of the Nigerian press. 

The theme is focused on showcasing shifting priorities for the young Nigerian based on the current economic climate and to showcase how the members of TGIC have evolved as investors in this period; from simply saving, to baby steps in investing to building diversified portfolios that include investing in the stock market, Eurobonds, VC funds, real estate in Nigeria, USA and more,” said Tomie Balogun, founder of TGIC and CEO, the Vestract Company. 

We also want to prove that young people can invest responsibly and not only in Ponzi schemes. They can invest responsibly in a way that helps small businesses grow and supports economic growth if they are financially educated. Our mission as an investment community is to provide financial education within the community and support them with practical tools to get the financial results they need.” Balogun shared

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