Webinar: Using the EC/OECD-INFE Financial competence framework for adults in the European Union
Thursday, 5 May 2022
The joint EC/OECD-INFE Financial competence framework for adults in the European Union was published in January 2022. It provides a common terminology and framework at the EU level that offers a basis for developing national strategies, programmes, assessments and evaluations for financial literacy. This EC/OECD hosted webinar presented the Framework and discussed how it can be used in practice. The webinar also included presentations of concrete examples of how the Framework is being used, or going to be used, by a variety of stakeholders.
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The webinar opened with a presentation of the objectives of the framework and an overview of navigating the content areas, topics, subtopics, competence types and overarching tags.
Practitioners then provided examples of how to use the framework in practice:
- Initiatives on sustainable finance competences
Nadia Linciano, Head of Economic Studies Unit at the Italian Companies and Exchange Commission (CONSOB)
- Learning modules on digital financial competences
Laura Iveta Strode, Senior expert - project manager, Ministry of Education and Science, Latvia and
Signe Brike, Managing Director, Baltic Computer Academy
- Game app: a comprehensive tool for financial literacy
Catherine Bourin, Member of the Management Board and
Jessica Thyrion, Financial Education Adviser at the Luxembourg Bankers' Association (ABBL)
- Using the financial competence framework in the design of short format shows (TV and radio)
Ana Pisačić, Advisor at the Croatian National Bank