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Our sister company, Nedbank Private Wealth South Africa, held a webinar with international behavioural expert, Neil Bage. He explains we are wired to be able to survive dangerous situations, and how biases affect our day-to-day decisions.
Published 25 November
60 mins

Our sister company, Nedbank Private Wealth, hosted a webinar to connect clients with international behavioural expert, Neil Bage. He explains we are wired to make decisions to be able to survive dangerous situations, e.g. such as a hapless tourist may face in the ‘bushveld’ of the Kruger National Park.

 

In a world of non-stop information and noise, our decisions are influenced by biases and we take necessary mental shortcuts. But this often leads to poor decision-making, especially when it comes to personal finance. With interactive and practical examples, Neil explained and demonstrated how some of these biases play out. He gave insights that will help you navigate your financial journey and make better decisions, whether you are starting out or are retired.

Clients of Nedbank Private Wealth can get in touch with their private banker directly to understand how we can help you manage your finances and reduce the influence of behavioural biases. Or please call +44 (0)1624 645000 to speak to our client services team

 

Or if you wanted to find out more about how Nedbank Private Wealth, in South Africa or internationally, help you with investment or wealth planning support, please contact us on the same number as above, or complete the contact us form using the link below.

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