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.
In 2014 we published an European overview of best practices on financial education. Click here to read it
EUROPEAN PLATFORM FOR FINANCIAL EDUCATION
In February 2017, a group of nine European organisations and associations launched a new European Platform for Financial Education. The initiative aims to promote the need for financial education and to boost financial literacy in Europe, particularly among young people and entrepreneurs. It also seeks to encourage EU-level leadership in this field.
The platform’s founding partners are, in alphabetical order: Better Finance; CFA Institute; EUROCHAMBRES; European Banking Federation (EBF); European Banking & Financial Services Training Association (EBTN); European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA); European Microfinance Network (EMN); Insurance Europe; and JA Europe.
The partners have agreed to pool their strengths to advance financial literacy in Europe. The platform serves to exchange ideas, information, insights and experiences, as well as to facilitate discussions on how the European Union can play a leading role in advancing financial literacy. The platform will also help the partners coordinate their involvement in European-level initiatives to develop potential synergies and to avoid duplication of work. Read more
EUROPEAN MONEY WEEK: 25-29 MARCH 2019
We are passionate about financial education. Young people need to learn at an early stage how to manage their finances if they want to be successful in life. To promote the benefits of financial education and to raise awareness we, together with our members, organise European Money Week. Visit our EMW page
The next European Money Week is scheduled for the week of 25-29 March 2019.
The EBF is the voice of the European banking sector, bringing together national banking associations from 45 countries. The EBF is committed to a thriving European economy that is underpinned by a stable, secure and inclusive financial ecosystem, and to a flourishing society where financing is available to fund the dreams of citizens, businesses and innovators everywhere.
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