How to build financial confidence

Posted on Nov 11 2020

The Marianas Young Professionals, or MYPros, is launching its educational online training series with the presentation: “How to Build Financial Confidence (And It’s Not About How Much Money You Have)”

Attendees will learn about financial management and how it can empower individuals to make savvy financial choices to promote stability and, perhaps, even achieve wealth.

The online training presentation will be held on Friday, Nov. 13, from 12pm to 1:15pm. Interested individuals may access the training by logging onto the Zoom meeting room ( and using the following meeting code: 884 2623 8090.


The training will be conducted by Dave Guerrero, the assistant vice president, business banking officer of First Hawaiian Bank, who will discuss financial literacy and building financial confidence amid the pandemic.

Guerrero graduated in 2005 with a master’s degree in Economics from California State University, East Bay. His first job was in the Pricing Department as an underwriter of insurance premiums with Kaiser Permanente. He then went to work at Wells Fargo’s corporate headquarters in San Francisco. Since then, he’s been in the financial industry for over 12 years in various capacities handling anti-money laundering, fraud, compliance, investments, operations, and loans.

“Our MYPros family is initiating a series of professional learning opportunities open to its membership and the public. Leveraging our professional capacity in the CNMI, the series will explore various topics to promote personal and professional growth. Our target audience is young professionals, but we invite all community members to join,” said MYPRos vice president Dr. Bobby Cruz.

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