Our financial consultancy & training division focus on providing solutions which can help our clients improve profitability and competitive position for the marketplace through the art of risk management. We help education, retailer and services organizations streamline their operating and finance functions across the organization, enable insight through building financial models and analytics in executing their business strategy, and contribute to ROI (Return on Investment).

As the world evolves, the role of Chief Finance Officer is no longer limited to providing leadership, managing risk, ensuring regulatory compliance and seeks to maximize profits. Today, CFO is playing a greater advisory role to support the CEO in making strategy planning and takes greater control to capitalize on growing opportunities and achieve inevitable results.

To adapt to the new economy, CFO can help to drive company’s performance when they have the right tools and make the right investments in people, training, systems, and new operating procedures.

Take the chance to walk around your finance office to observe if your finance and accounting staff struggle to meet the deadlines? How often your staff telling you the extraction of data is done manually, and the analysis results does not optimal in helping management for decision making. To find out more...



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At Treasure Mind Sdn Bhd, we are dedicated to support parents in giving their children and young people the skills, knowledge and confidence to manage money. Our vision is for a society in which all children and young people have the skills, knowledge and confidence to manage their money well, now and in the future.

Why learn Financial Literacy?

Consider the following facts about money:

  1. Money is the number one cause of divorce in the world.
  2. Money is among the top reasons people commit suicide.
  3. Approximately 75% of people live from month to month financially.
  4. Less than 10% of high school graduates receive any financial education in school.
  5. There is a negative correlation between students’ scores on financial literacy exams and the number of bankruptcies in the states where they live.
  6. Less than a third of this generation are saving enough for retirement.
  7. College students are graduating with soaring credit card debt (not including student loans!) along with their diplomas. Four out of ten college students face ‘unmanageable’ debt as they finish college and enter the job market.

We share with your child the skills of financial literacy which they did not learn in school. There is an old proverb that says: “If you teach a man to fish, you feed him for day, but if you teach him how to fish, you will feed him for life.” Whether you realize it or not, a child someone else gave you the fish. We’re not going to give your child the fish, but we will show them how to fish. She will learn better ways to better manage her finances and make investments that grow.

Investing is fun and interesting. It is an enriching experience that will put her on the road to prosperity for the rest of the life. Don’t be like those people who did not start investing earlier. Consider the cautionary words of investment guru Peter Lynch: “When their eyes start to go bad and their waistlines expand. Then, they discover the advantages of owning stocks, and they wish they’d known about them earlier.” To find out more...