Financial Seminars and Workshops

We are happy to offer financial seminars & workshops to our community. In 2014, we launched our financial literacy program in celebration of our 60th anniversary. Since then we've held many seminars with the aim of providing our members and community with tools and knowledge to be able to make good financial decisions.  

Our seminars have focused on multiple topics, covering needs for all our community, from children in the Estonian kindergarten thru young families buying their first homes to boomers focused on retirement savings. Some seminar topics we've held in the past include; Buying Your First Home, Investments 101, Smart Ageing, Building a Budget, and more.

The Future is in Your Hands: Females and Responsible Investing

Join us for our upcoming seminar.

Wednesday, September 26th at 7:00 pm

Gallery Hall of the Toronto Estonian House
Presented by: Jacqueline Tung, Vice President Sales, NEI Investments

Learn about investing to match your values, and how to grow wealth responsibly. Discover different investment options, how to diversify your portfolio, and what NEI offers. Join our discussion about the global empowerment of women, and see how your money can make a difference.

Refreshments will be served. RSVP today to Miina at
Mutual funds are offered through Credential Asset Management Inc. Northwest & Ethical Investments L.P. and Credential Asset Management Inc. are wholly owned subsidiaries of Aviso Wealth inc.

Each One Teach One

ECU has joined Canadian credit unions across the country in celebrating the launch of an award-winning financial literacy program: Each One, Teach One. This program focuses on going out to the community and giving financial workshops to help build knowledge, skills and confidence. Each One, teach One is an approach to providing basic financial knowledge, by volunteer staff from our credit union, without ties to any products or services. 

Interested in having a credit union staff member come out and give a financial literacy seminar to your community group or classroom? Please email us at

Workshop topics include: 

  • Introduction to basic banking
  • Introduction to basic budgeting
  • Credit cards and prepaid cards
  • Loans you don't want
  • Loans: costs and obligations
  • Debt smarts
  • Identity thef and fraud prevention
  • RRSPs and TFSAs 
  • Introduction to Registered Education Savings Plans 

Contact us to host a workshop today! 


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