Monday 12 March 2018 will see the start of the fourth European Money Week, with events organized by national banking associations across Europe, under coordination of the European Banking Federation to highlight financial education. The annual initiative involves young people in more than 30 countries, with activities ranging from classroom sessions to seminars and conferences, all seeking to improve financial literacy through better financial education.
The European Money Quiz is a new initiative to put the financial knowledge of 13-15-year-olds to the test. Kids in 30 European countries will play against each other. First, there will be a national competition between classrooms, with a live Kahoot! quiz where thousands of classrooms can directly play against eachother. In most countries these contests will be played during or around European Money Week in March. The winners of these national competitions then will be invited to travel to Brussels for the European Money Quiz finals on Tuesday 8 May. Visit our European Money Quiz page
FINANCIAL EDUCATION AND THE EBF
Financial education is a strategic aspect of the work of the European Banking Federation. Under the leadership of Chief Executive Officer Wim Mijs the federation actively seeks to boost awareness on the benefits of better financial education through events, publications and partnerships.
In 2014 EBF published an overview of good practices in financial education by national banking associaitons. Click here to read it.
GLOBAL MONEY WEEK
European Money Week has been planned to coincide with Global Money Week. This annual initiative by Child & Youth Finance International shares the European Money Week’s goal to increase financial awareness and to inspire children and young people to learn about money matters, livelihoods and entrepreneurship. The 2018 theme for Global Money Week is “Money Matters Matter” and 7,8 million children and young people are expected to be reached. Learn more
European Banking Federation
The EBF is the voice of the European banking sector, uniting 32 national banking associations that together represent some 3.500 banks, employing about two million people.
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