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WSBI-ESBG and Financial Education

WSBI-ESBG and Financial Education



​​​​​​​​WSBI-ESBG, its members recognise importance of promoting it

 

>> Learn more about WSBI-ESBG's position on financial education

>> Financial education work by WSBI-ESBG members| >> Partn​ership​ with CYFI


 

BRUSSELS, 14 January 2019 –​ There is a clear case for financial education efforts and this must imply a shared responsibility between all actors: private and public bodies, educational and financial institutions, NGOs, the academic sector, consumers and other stakeholders reflecting a joint commitment between them, WSBI-ESBG posits.

WSBI-ESBG position

WSBI-ESBG and its members recognise the importance of promoting financial education for all citizens worldwide and continue to carry out a wide range of initiatives with the aim not only to prevent social and economic exclusion, but also to contribute to the commitment of providing citizens with a better knowledge of financial issues that will enable them to make informed choices. Based on the principle that financial education must be introduced at an early age, WSBI-ESBG believe it should be provided to everyone and at all ages. WSBI-ESBG​ consider that it must be a continuous process that constantly adapts to the changing nature of the social, financial and political context, where several actors representing different sectors of society shall play a key role in improving its efforts to attain good results in this field. ​WSBI-ESBG lists several aspects where attention should be paid, explained on a dedicated web​page that provides the two association's positions on financial education.


>> Learn more about WSBI-ESBG's position on financial education

>> Financial education work by WSBI-ESBG members| >> Partn​ership​ with CYFI

Financial education