OECD and CVM Brazil hosted a series of events addressing the most recent trends, opportunities and challenges in financial education, financial consumer protection and financial innovation, taking place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from 11-14 December 2017. High-level participants from Latin America and the Caribbean and from around the world included officials and experts from the OECD/International Network on Financial Education (INFE), the G20/OECD Task Force on Financial Consumer Protection, 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.
DAY 1 and DAY 2
Annual meeting of the OECD CVM Centre on Financial Education and Literacy in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC)
This was the first meeting of the newly created LAC Regional Network of the OECD International Network on Financial Education. The meeting is open to member public financial authorities from the region.
This was followed by a regional seminar on financial education trends in the LAC region. Debates covered:
G20/OECD Task Force Research Seminar on Financial Consumer Protection
Co-organised by CVM and the G20/OECD Task Force on Financial Consumer Protection, this seminar focused on the latest issues, research and developments around the globe relating to:
Seminar on Technology and Innovation in the Brazilian and Latin American Financial Sector
This seminar provided a regional view on the development of Fintech in LAC (trends and business segments, investment and scaling potential, as well as regulation), the role of the public sector, as well as the latest trends in alternative finance in LAC and its implications for SME financing. The seminar was co-organised by the Inter-American Development Bank, the OECD, CVM, and the Brazilian Development Association (ABDE).
Financial Literacy Research
State of play, innovations and challenges in the LAC Region
The impact of culture in financial literacy and behaviours
Keynote Panel on Financial well-being by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, United States
Financial education for women in LAC and beyond: what have we learnt and what can we achieve
Advances in financial education for low-income groups in Brazil
PISA Financial Literacy
Digital Financial Literacy
OECD CVM Centre
Mr. Andrea Grifoni firstname.lastname@example.org
G20/OECD Task Force
Mr. Miles Larbey email@example.com