WOM Finance Held a Seminar on Financial Literacy at Atmajaya Unika

By : Abraham Sihombing And Aldo Bella Putra | Friday, September 21 2018 - 14:30 IWST

Zacharia Susantadiredja, Direktur WOM Finance, (Foto Abe)
Zacharia Susantadiredja, Direktur WOM Finance, (Foto Abe)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - PT Wahana Ottomitra Multiartha Tbk (WOMF) or WOM Finance held a Seminar on Socialization and Literacy in the Education of the Indonesian Finance Company Industry with the theme "Knowing Closer to a Financing Company and Career Success at a Young Age."

The seminar was held at the Catholic University (Unika) Atmajaya at Jalan Jenderal Sudirman 51, Jakarta on Thursday (09/20/2018). In addition to financial education, WOM Finance also provides knowledge and tips for a successful career at a young age.

The event was attended by around 300 Atmajaya Unika students with speakers Zacharia Susantadiredja, Director of WOM Finance and Ekanto Wijonosunu, Chief Human Capital Officer of WOM Finance.

This seminar focused on increasing public knowledge, especially students towards finance companies. This educational literacy seminar is the company's ongoing program that has been held since 2014 to the community, ranging from students, students, housewives to the UMKM community throughout Indonesia.

WOM Finance's financial education literacy seminar at Atmajaya University is the third activity held in 2018. Previously, the company carried out similar activities at Widyatama University Bandung and STIE YPKN Yogyakarta.

Zacharia revealed that the provision of knowledge to the community is very important because with the increase in public knowledge about finance companies, indirectly it will support the company's business growth.

"We consistently and continuously strive to continue educating people to have better knowledge of financial literacy so that people understand the products and services of finance companies," concluded Zacharia. (Aaham Sihombing)

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