This Symposium addressed cutting-edge issues to further integrate financial education and financial consumer protection policies with a view to enhancing financial well-being and to address the challenges and identify solutions in delivering effective financial education. The forward-looking programme was organised as follows:
Policy plenary sessions
Financial education and financial consumer protection strategies to promote financial well-being
Shortcomings can become strengths: Using complaints data to improve financial education policies
Credit smart? A financial education and financial consumer perspective
Practical breakout sessions
Spreading financial well-being: addressing the financial literacy needs of target audiences
The routes to success: making innovative delivery channels work
High-level participants from around the world included officials and experts from the OECD/International Network on Financial Education (INFE), ministries of finance and education, central banks, regulatory and supervisory authorities, governmental officials, as well as international organisations, the academic community, the private sector and NGOs.
This event was co-organised by Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) and the OECD* International Network for Financial Education (OECD/INFE).
The contribution of the OECD was sponsored by the Japanese Government.
Opening address (BNM Governor)
Opening address (OECD Deputy Secretary-General)
Closing remarks (BNM Deputy Governor)
Presentations from Day 1
Presentations from Day 2
OECD – Ms. Jennah Huxley firstname.lastname@example.org
BNM – INFE Symposium 2015 team
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