For Immediate Release: Sept. 11, 2012
Kansas Securities Commissioner set to kick-off Women and Money Series
Topeka, Kan. - Securities Commissioner will be making opening remarks at the 2012 Women and Money Series.
The seven-week series will take place in Topeka on Sept. 11 and run through Oct. 30 excluding Oct. 2, at the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library between 6:00 and 8:30 p.m. Tuesday evenings.
The series, which is now in its fourth year, was developed by women for women of all ages, income and education levels. The program helps women develop confidence in their financial decision making abilities, by applying informed money management techniques.
Speaking on the importance of the event, Commissioner Jack stated, “The Women & Money Series is a unique program that reaches hundreds of women all over Kansas. It is critical because I am convinced that understanding personal finance is absolutely essential to personal responsibility. This series will empower women to make better investment decisions for themselves and their families.”
Opening remarks will begin on Tuesday, Sept. 11 at 6:00 p.m. In October, staff members Erin Hoestje and Shannon Stone will present on the topics of investment basics and how to become a more informed investor.
For more information on the Women and Money Series or to enroll for the event go to www.hcci-ks.org, or contact Megan Stanek at email@example.com, 785-234-0217 x 319. For media inquiries contact Lynne Crabtree at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Office of the Kansas Securities Commissioner regulates securities offerings and investment professionals in the securities industry, provides investor education, investigates illegal securities activities, and prosecutes securities-related crimes. For more information about the Office of the Kansas Securities Commissioner, go to www.ksc.ks.gov or visit our Facebook page.
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