Financial literacy tips for women

Amir (fifth from left) and Aidah sixth from left) at the AKPK exhibition booth after the opening ceremony of the financial management workshop. With them are (from left) Roslan, TNB career enhancement management head Datuk Abdul Aziz Abdul Majid, Azaddin, Abu Hassan, AKPK general manager (operations) Nor Fazleen Zakaria, TNB Pelitawanis deputy president II Datin Wira Ungku Ashiela Ungku Hamzah, TNB Pelitawanis deputy president I Datin Siti Laila Sri Asih S. Garieb and AKPK’s finance department head Nor Akmar Yaakub.

TENAGA Nasional Bhd (TNB) is taking heed of the government’s call to improve the people’s financial literacy and recently held a financial management programme by TNB Women Society (Pelitawanis TNB) in Kuala Lumpur.

In the two-day programme organised by TNB in collaboration with the Credit Counselling and Debt Management Agency (AKPK), 300 Pelitawanis TNB members comprising female staff and wives of TNB staff gained valuable exposure to various aspects of financial management.

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