Financial literacy has three dimensions for KBC:
- Financial advice: helping clients make the right choices through good and transparent advice, and clear communication.
- Financial behaviour: using analysis to understand and respond to client behaviour more effectively.
- Financial education: raising citizens’ understanding of financial concepts and products. And that also means young people, since tomorrow’s financial consumers should be able to make carefully thought-out choices
Please find below some concrete examples:
- ‘Get-a-teacher’ at KBC Belgium, which gives schools the opportunity to extend financial knowledge by ‘ordering’ a teacher from KBC;
- primary and secondary school lessons by ČSOB colleagues in the Czech Republic;
- Bolero’s B-coach programme, which focuses on young people’s financial knowledge of the stock market;
- K&H e-dukacio cyber security programme in Hungary;
- organising projects to simplify and
improve our client communication.