Lessons from Teaching Prudent Financial Wisdom

July 1 - 3:35 PM

The Financial Independence, Retire Early (FIRE) movement has well and truly arrived in India. A combination of our frugal nature and supercharged economic mobility and prosperity has made FIRE an accessible and timely goal for hundreds of thousands of Indian millennials.

The complete absence of financial education in our formal learning systems poses an enormous challenge. But the emergence of self-learning platforms and a vibrant creator economy amidst India's transformative internet boom has led to the dismantling of our money taboo. It has single-handedly democratized knowledge and best practices that were previously limited to the elite.

The principles of effective financial management involve nuance and personalization. Understanding how money works is as much about making sense of the market as it is about ourselves. This is precisely why financial wisdom isn't about get-rich-quick schemes. It's evergreen and has demonstrated the remarkable ability to remain relevant and valuable across periods, geographies, populations, and goals.

So, what can we distill from someone who has taught millions of young Indians about money? Find out in this session.