What is the best way to provide this form of education? Which policies and channels are most productive? What types of partnerships are needed between the public sector, private financial institutions, academia and civil society to help financial education programmes achieve their desired outcome? How can initiatives be evaluated to ensure they produce positive behavioural change?
Visa and the Financial Times will gather
policy-makers, educators, financial service providers and other experts and
thought leaders for an exclusive breakfast forum to discuss how to optimise the
provision of financial education in
This invitation-only event -- chaired by a senior Financial Times correspondent and featuring a keynote address by a high-level representative of the Ministry of Finance -- is the third in this year’s series of high-level Visa-FT Financial Literacy Forums.
Building on the success of last year’s inaugural programme, the first two
forums of 2013 were held in Brazil and Morocco, with a further event planned in
China in September, leading up to the 10th Citi-FT Financial Education Summit,
the most established annual international conference on financial capability,
co-sponsored by Visa and taking place this year in Hong Kong in December.