Berna Anat AKA HeyBerna is known as a financial hype woman, which is her way of saying she creates financial education media! Since getting herself out of $50,000 of debt, she has been sharing all of her learnings on the internet. Berna has also been traveling the world while speaking at venues such as the Girlboss Rally, Google and The Wing. Recently, ABS-CBN named her one of their Global Pinoy Idols, and was recognized as part of the 10 most influential Filipinx people in the United States. Forbes, The New York Times, and Buzzfeed have even highlighted her work on their platforms.
In this video, Berna Anat gives her hot takes about the intersection of Filipino finance, culture, and spending habits. To stay up to date with her, be sure to follow her on social media, and stay tuned for her upcoming money book in 2023!
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0:00 – Berna Anat’s tabo takes on Filipinos and money advice
0:22 – Do our Filipino parents know how to budget for retirement?
1:38 – The Frugal-Flex Theory in Filipino culture
2:33 – Filipinos and their “bad” spending habits
5:25 – Pressure of Asian stereotypes on high-income jobs
6:37 – Teaching Filipinos financial literacy
7:41 – Why Filipinos choose white financial advisors
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Thank you to our team for bringing this project to life:
Directed by: Leo Albea
Edited by: Millaine Matinong
Produced by: Sarah Albea
Associate Producer: Eugene Luna, Reese Leyva
Set Design: Christian Reasonda
Gaffer: Raphael Estrada
Production Assistant: Manna Dellota
Graphic Designer: Jason Arceo
Featuring: Berna Anat
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