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FINANCIAL LITERACY
EDUCATION
Topics
 What is financial education?
 Investment decision criteria
 Investment instruments
 Financial instruments
WHAT IS FINANCIAL EDUCATION?
Financial education is the process
by which consumers improve understanding of
financial products, concepts and risk OECD
...
Through information, instructions and/or
objective advice, consumers develop skills
and confidence
 Become more aware of
(financial) risks and opportunities
 Make informed choiches
 Know where to go for help
 Take oth...
What are the aims of financial education for
consumers?
Review question
INVESTMENT DECISION
CRITERIA
Risk involves the possibility an
investment's actual return will differ from
the expected return, including the
possibilit...
 Systematic Risk is the uncertainty inherent
to the entire national and international
market
 Specific Risk is linked to...
 A return (yield) is the gain or loss of an
investment in a specific period including
incomes and capital gain
 More ris...
Can you define the concept and the relationship
between risk and return in financial investments?
Review question
INVESTMENT INSTRUMENTS
 Stock is a part of the company's asset
and earnings
 Bond (corporate or government) is a
debt investment
 Savings Account
 Certificates of Deposit (Cds)
 Mutual funds
What is the difference between bond
and stocks?
Review question
FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS
 Interest Rate
 Personal loan
 Mortgage loan
 Revolving credit
What are the main forms for private
financing?
Review question
Summary questions
 What are the aims of financial education for
consumers?
 Can you define the concept and the
relationship between risk a...
 What is the difference between bond and
stocks?
 What are the main forms for private
financing?
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EDUCATION
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  1. 1. FINANCIAL LITERACY EDUCATION
  2. 2. Topics  What is financial education?  Investment decision criteria  Investment instruments  Financial instruments
  3. 3. WHAT IS FINANCIAL EDUCATION?
  4. 4. Financial education is the process by which consumers improve understanding of financial products, concepts and risk OECD (2005)
  5. 5. Through information, instructions and/or objective advice, consumers develop skills and confidence
  6. 6.  Become more aware of (financial) risks and opportunities  Make informed choiches  Know where to go for help  Take other effective actions to improve financial well-being
  7. 7. What are the aims of financial education for consumers? Review question
  8. 8. INVESTMENT DECISION CRITERIA
  9. 9. Risk involves the possibility an investment's actual return will differ from the expected return, including the possibility of losing some or all the original investment
  10. 10.  Systematic Risk is the uncertainty inherent to the entire national and international market  Specific Risk is linked to the company or to a small group of companies
  11. 11.  A return (yield) is the gain or loss of an investment in a specific period including incomes and capital gain  More risk and more potential for higher incomes, capital gains and losses
  12. 12. Can you define the concept and the relationship between risk and return in financial investments? Review question
  13. 13. INVESTMENT INSTRUMENTS
  14. 14.  Stock is a part of the company's asset and earnings  Bond (corporate or government) is a debt investment
  15. 15.  Savings Account  Certificates of Deposit (Cds)  Mutual funds
  16. 16. What is the difference between bond and stocks? Review question
  17. 17. FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS
  18. 18.  Interest Rate  Personal loan  Mortgage loan  Revolving credit
  19. 19. What are the main forms for private financing? Review question
  20. 20. Summary questions
  21. 21.  What are the aims of financial education for consumers?  Can you define the concept and the relationship between risk and return in financial investments?
  22. 22.  What is the difference between bond and stocks?  What are the main forms for private financing?
  23. 23. FINANCIAL LITERACY EDUCATION

Finantial literacy education - ECORL Project

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