This Guidance was developed to assist policy makers in deciding when to adopt digital delivery, and how to effectively design and implement digital financial education initiatives, by offering non-binding actionable directions.
This report sets out key findings of a study to better understand the attitudes, behaviour and experiences of financial consumers with regard to COVID-19 policy measures on financial consumer protection and financial education implemented by governments in selected Asian economies(Cambodia, Indonesia and Malaysia).
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This document contains the 2022 OECD/INFE Toolkit for measuring financial literacy and financial inclusion. This is an updated version of the toolkit welcomed by G20 leaders in September 2013.
21 March 2022 - This year marks the 10th Anniversary of the Global Money Week campaign which now reaches over 50 million children in 170 countries. Join us for the special anniversary launch on 21 March 2022 and to kick off a week of initiatives across the world.
The High-Level Principles on Financial Consumer Protection are the leading international standard for effective and comprehensive financial consumer protection frameworks.
This report summarises and draws lessons from the evaluation approaches and activities of 29 countries and economies on financial literacy. It provides implementation guidance and discusses reasons for evaluating national strategies, approaches and methodologies, associated challenges and benefits and funding the cost of evaluation.
The OECD works on advancing consumer finance protection through informed choice that includes disclosure, transparency and education; protection from fraud, abuse and errors; and, recourse and advocacy.
The core competencies frameworks on financial literacy highlight a range of financial literacy outcomes that may be considered important for adults, youth, or owners and managers of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) and of potential entrepreneurs. The OECD also develop core competence frameworks with a regional focus.
This joint OECD/EU framework promotes a shared understanding of the financial competences adults need to make sound decisions on personal finance. The framework supports public policies, financial literacy programmes and educational materials to be developed by EU governments, educational institutions, industry and individuals. It also supports the exchange of good practices by policy makers and stakeholders.
This is the second wave of financial literacy surveys conducted by the OECD in the CIS countries - Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and the Russian Federation. It contains a comprehensive section on financial resilience defined by four clusters of financial behaviours and attitudes.