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On November 6-7, representatives from finance museums around the world as well as regulators, policy makers, and private-sector professionals came together at the European Banking Federation (EBF) Meeting Centre in Brussels, Belgium for the 6th International Federation of Finance Museums (IFFM) Annual Meeting. As a co-founder of and the academic advisor to the IFFM, GFLEC was delighted to participate in the meeting hosted by the EBF and engage in discussions of how financial literacy research can help to further financial education efforts.
IFFM Annual Meeting 2018 Program ➤ Visit the EBF’s website for more information and resources ➤
Millennial Financial Literacy and Fin-tech Use
Director Annamaria Lusardi presented GFLEC’s research during her keynote address. She discussed GFLEC research into the differences in financial literacy levels among millennials in the U.S. at the 6th IFFM meeting in Brussels. The research includes insights on the financial capability and financial literacy levels of American millennials who use mobile payments and fin-tech, in general.
Millennial Financial Literacy and Fin-tech Use – Lusardi Presentation
Director Lusardi giving her keynote address at the 2018 Financial Education Summit in Brussels, organized by the International Federation of Finance Museums (IFFM) and the European Banking Federation (EBF).
EBF Meeting Centre, Brussels