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2019 European Money Quiz Finals Completed in Brussels

Slovenia, North-Macedonia and Germany take the podium
in financial literacy competition organised by banking sector

Six young students from Slovenia, North-Macedonia and Germany on Tuesday emerged as winners in the 2019 finals of the European Money Quiz, an international financial literacy competition that attracted more than 100.000 students from 28 European countries.

The Slovenian team, represented by students Sanja Feltrin and Zala Kacafura Stanic from the Osnova Sola Dusana Minuhi high school in Ljubljana emerged as the 2019 European champion, taking over from Poland, which won the competition in 2018 when the European finals were hosted for a first time.

The second place went to Marko Ingjilizov and Viktoria Panova of the Gymnazija Kocho Racin in Veles, in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, also known as North-Macedonia. The team from Germany, comprising Josias Neumuller and Isabbel Hirschmann, of the Markgraff-Georg-Friedrich Gymnasium in Kulmbach, Bavaria, took third place.

Press release: European Money Quiz 2019 finals completed in Brussels

Press release: European Money Quiz 2019 engages 100.000+ kids on financial literacy

If you are between 13 and 15 years old at the beginning of the school year then you are eligible to take part to the next year edition. Talk to your teacher and ask her or him to reach out the national banking association in your country.
Find the list at the bottom of this page.

Kahoot! is a free game-based learning platform for teachers of awesome classroom superheroes. Many kids already use it as a homework tool for history or geography and other classes.  Using multiple-choice quizzes, you can play, learn, have fun and celebrate together! European banking associations, together with the EBF, as organizer of the European Money Quiz, have teamed up with Kahoot! to make learning about money and finance more fun.

To help you prepare for the European Money Quiz we have created a number of different quizzes, letting you test your skills needed to manage your personal finances. You can use these to prepare for the national finals in the money quiz or just to find out for yourself how financially literate you are. You will also find quizzes on digital security, maths, money and the European Union. For the professionals in banking regulation there is the toughest quiz of all, one where you can test your knowledge about financial regulation in the European Union.

Find all our money quizzes here! Play and practice together with your classmates, friends or your colleagues. From our website you can start a quiz and then invite others. If you want to play the quiz directly on your own, download to the Kahoot! app (click here for IOS and here for Android.) and find the same quiz on Kahoot!.

European Money Quiz wins award as Best Association Partnership

On Thursday 28 March, at the EAA19 European Association Awards, the European Banking Federation won the Gold Award for best association partnership or collaboration with the European Money Quiz. Of course this could not be achieved thanks to all the kids, teachers and national banking associations across Europe taking part. 


European Money Week is an annual initiative – usually second or third week of March – promoting financial education across Europe. The week is organised by national banking associations across Europe, under coordination of the European Banking Federation. The timing always is aligned with Global Money Week and the many national money weeks celebrated across Europe at the same time.

The European Banking Federation and its members are passionate about financial education. It’s clear to us that the ability to manage personal finances is important for everyone, especially for young people. Read more about European Money Week.


The EBF has been promoting financial education via various means, including several publications and initiatives on financial literacy highlighting the industry commitment to providing consumers with a more sound understanding of financial services. Visit our Financial Education page

The EBF is an affiliate member of the OECD International Network on Financial Education.

In 2014 we published an European overview of best practices on financial education. Click here to read it.

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