Do you inspire to help people escape from poverty? ​​​Are you fuelled by the belief that credit is a fundamental human right? Can you imagine setting up a banking system based purely on mutual trust, accountability, participation and creativity?​

Take the first step towards finding out more about how YOU can positively impact the world in the upcoming #THEFORGOODSESSIONS​.

Join the likes of Nobel Peace Prize 2006 winner Professor Muhammad Yunus, founder of Grameen Bank, to find out more about how one man's beliefs back in the 70s can spearhead a burgeoning world movement toward eradicating poverty through microlending.

Kickstart your journey towards using finance meaningfully for social good and register now! 

"Redesigning Economics to Redesign the World"​ 
Chua Thian Poh Annual Distinguished Speaker Series 2017: Professor Muhammad Yunus

Date/Time: 23 January 2017 (Monday), 3pm - 5pm
Venue: Lee Kong Chian Lecture Theatre

Registration closed.

This Public Lecture is made possible through Mr Chua Thian Poh’s generous donation to Nanyang Technopreneurship Center (NTC).​​

Sharing by Agape Connecting People & Visit to Agape Contact​ Centre

Date/Time: 27 January 2017 (Friday), 10.30am - 1pm
Venue: AGAPE Changi Contact Centre @ Singapore Changi Prisons

More information can be found here.

Registration closed.

Finance For Good Exhibition 

Date: 20 -25 January 2017
Venue: Marketplace @ North Spine

Satellite Event: An Evening with Jack Sim (aka Mr Toilet)

Date/Time: 2 February 2017 (Thursday), 6pm - 8pm
Venue: Freestyle Room @ Research Techno Plaza (RTP) ​
Read more about this event and ​h​​​​​​ere​.​​​

Registration closed.


Finance For Good is the latest in #THEFORGOODSESSIONS that seeks to inspire students to develop a sense of social awareness and passion for community initiatives. Students will discover through exhibitions, talks, workshops and the arts, how their various disciplines of study can positively impact the world.  

​Previous sessions include Business For Good, Engineer For Good and Design For Good.

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