Initially became known through his racing career, having started at an early age of 11, currently a member of ABS-CBN's Star Magic and having a pretty successful career will soon be launching his vlog on Investing and financial planning. In cooperation with Sun Life Asset Management Company, Inc he will teach Filipinos about how investing can help make their #lifegoals come true.
“I’m thankful for the opportunity to lead another financial literacy campaign for SLAMC. It’s definitely relevant and timely. I myself have life goals I’d like to pursue, and I’m happy to share that ever since I ‘made it mutual’ with Sun Life, I’ve been well on my way to achieving all those goals. It would be great if more Filipinos can experience the same.” - Matteo said.
SLAMCI President Valerie Pama said that the company is committed to helping more Filipinos discover the benefits of investing so they may reap its rewards. "We all have goals htat we'd like to accomplish, such as buying a house or a car, traveling to a dream destination or planning a wedding. All those goals require a significant amount of money and most Filipinos easily become deiscouraged knowing how much they have to raise to get their dreams. "We'd like to show them that by saving and investing in mutual funds, all their dreams can become a reality. They simply have to 'Make it Mutual'."
This campaign of Sun Life entitled "Make it Mutual" is first of the series of financial literacy initiatives this year. Mylene Lopa which is Sun LIfe's Chief Marketing said that the coming days will be more exciting as Sun Life rolls out its Financial Independence Month Campaign in June. "We remain committed to this cause. Sun Life is always eager to promote it in ways that are creative, relatable, easily understandable, " she said "We will never tire of advocating financial literacy to Filipinos."
Sun Life Asset Managfement Co.,Inc. (SLAMCI) is the mutual fund arm of Sun Life of Canada (Philippines), Inc. SLAMCI is one of the leading asset management companies in the country with P57.8 billion in Assets Under Management (AUM) as of April 2017. It currently manages 11 mutual funds collectively called the "Sun Life Prosperity Funds"