Robert Kiyosaki's CASHFLOW®101 to Get Out of the Rat Race - Rich Dad

Learning doesn't just happen in a classroom or from a book. Inject some real hands on experience into learning about money and investing. Play the CASHFLOW®101 game today to understand your buying habits, financial education and investment strategies better! You may just surprise yourselves!

Your banker will NEVER ask you for your high school report card. Learn what’s really important in entrepreneurship and investing: Your Financial Statement. Build your assets and build your wealth. Play CASHFLOW®101 and interact with players who may have the same goals and aspirations as you do.

Join us for a fun and educational evening as you try your hand in playing the game, CASHFLOW®101!

To help you further kick start your journey to financial literacy and independence, we have invited accomplished guest speaker, Mr Patrick Chang, an experienced retirement coach who has helped numerous clients with their holistic retirement plans and financial planning.

So don't wait as each board game is limited to a small number of players, reserved on a first come first served basis.

Suitable for adults residing in Singapore, from 21 years old.

Registration and Dinner



7:00PM - 9:00PM

About the Speaker

Patrick Chang is a retirement coach, with 10 years of experience in the financial advisory industry. He has helpd his clients with their holistic retirement plans, focusing on the Five Strategic Thrusts of retirement planning, which are based on the MAPPED System of Wealth Quotient Building Blocks that he has designed.

Patrick has been interviewed on radio 938live (English) and Capital 958 (Mandarin), sharing on how one can retire at ease through a holistic approach. He is also the author of the book "The A to Z Guide to Retirement Planning".

Organized and sponsored by Walton

Wed Jan 24, 2018
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM SGT
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9 Raffles Place, S048619. Republic Plaza 1, Level 35
Venue Address
9 Raffles Place, S048619. Republic Plaza 1, Level 35 Singapore
Raffles Place MRT Exit E or D