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The NBM starts more financial education activities for all ages


On 25-31 March 2019, the National Bank of Moldova (NBM) will conduct a set of activities within the Global Money Week 2019 under the theme "Learn. Save. Earn". These activities will include visits for children and teenagers, lectures for students and will end up with the launching of a financial education project.

Therefore, the National Bank of Moldova opens its doors to the public from Monday to Friday between 9am to 5pm. Guests will have the possibility to visit the exhibition hall where the collection of commemorative and jubilee coins of gold and silver issued by NBM and other central banks is kept. Similarly, a gold ingot will be exhibited in the museum. At the same time, they will find out about the Moldovan Leu security features.

During the same period, the NBM experts will give lectures in colleges and universities on various financial-banking topics, such as: financial stability; cashless payment instruments; exchange rate; things to consider before taking a loan; official reserve assets, etc. Presentations will be made on the basis of requests coming from universities of the Republic of Moldova.

A financial education project to be implemented by the National Bank of Moldova in partnership with the Independent Analytical Centre "Expert-Grup" will be launched on 29 March 2019. The event will take place at "Tekwill" ICT Centre of the Republic of Moldova. Two discussion panels will be organized during the event: financial education among young people and the role of ICT in transforming the financial system.

“Financial products are constantly developing and becoming more and more complex. That's why we need to make them more accessible to the public, in order to have a well-informed society, so that people make the right decisions in managing their income”, said Octavian Armasu, the NBM Governor.

The National Bank of Moldova joins the Global Money Week in order to inform the public about the role, attributions and the main functions of a financial-banking institution and to explain the core principles of economics. 

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