Massachusetts Asian American Commission and East West Bank are proud to be co-sponsors of a Financial Literacy Workshop on June 18, 2014
The workshop will be conducted in Chinese with a focus on bank account types, financial services available, and what to look for when choosing the right bank.
Date: June 18, 2014
Time: 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Venue: East West Bank – Community Room
68 Harrison Ave, Boston MA 02111
Speakers: Jian Tam
AVP, Branch Manager
East West Bank
Yan Hong Mei
Assistant Branch Manager
East West Bank
The Asian American Commission and East West Bank would like to thank the Elder Services of Merrimack Valley and Enterprise Bank for implementing a pilot program in Lowell, Massachusetts for Khmer elders and allowing us to further develop their materials for this workshop.
The Massachusetts Asian American Commission (AAC) is a Massachusetts Commission established under section 68 of chapter 3 of the Massachusetts General Laws, which went into effect on October 29, 2006. The AAC was formed in recognition of the General Court’s findings that Asian Americans constitute the fastest growing minority population in both the Commonwealth and the United States, that they represent a diverse population within the Commonwealth, and that many members of the Asian American community have overcome great hardship and made outstanding contributions to the educational, economic, technological, and cultural well-being of the Commonwealth, but still face many challenges in their efforts for full social, economic, and political integration within the Commonwealth.
East West Bank is a full-service commercial bank serving consumers and businesses throughout the U.S. and in Greater China. For businesses, they offer a complete line of products and services, in addition to an experienced staff that is committed to helping their customers’ enterprises succeed. At East West Bank, we build bridges. They provide the important financial link that can turn opportunities into growth and prosperity.
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