On 5 October 2022 in Rome FLITIN – FINANCIAL LITERACY INTERNATIONAL NETWORK was officially established, a network of ambassadors of the Intesa Sanpaolo Group with the aim of spreading financial education in different countries: Italy, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Egypt, Czech Republic, Moldavia, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Ukraine and Hungary.
A network made up of professionals in the banking sector, aspiring to share knowledge, skills, methodologies, tools, resources and experiences in the field of financial education, with one major goal: to increase the level of financial literacy of citizens, with high quality standards and according to the OECD guidelines.
Creating a unique educational experience that looks beyond national borders to:
– broaden the outreach, increasing the geographical coverage and the number of people involved
– improve the effectiveness of each initiative, by sharing best practices
– measure the social impact of the activities carried out by the Network in all countries
The activities of the network
– Promoting partnerships with stakeholders working in different countries for joint initiatives in their respective territories and communities
– Exchanging good practices, experiences and contents on financial education
– Raising awareness among policy makers and institutions on the importance of financial education
– Promoting joint participation in call for proposals, competitions and international initiatives
– Exploring and implementing innovative activities to boost financial literacy at global level.
To ensure a smooth work process and a constant communication among the members, the FINANCIAL LITERACY INTERNATIONAL NETWORK organizes two annual meetings to share projects and financial literacy status in the different countries.
The members of the network:
– Promoter: Museum of Saving
– Coordinator: International Subsidiary Banks Division – Change Management and Digital Transformation Office
- Alexbank (Egypt)
- Banca Intesa Beograd (Serbia)
- Intesa Sanpaolo Bank (Slovenia)
- CIB Bank (Hungary)
- Eximbank (Moldova)
- Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Albania
- Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Romania
- Intesa Sanpaolo Banka Bosna i Hercegovina
- Pravex Bank (Ukraine)
- Privredna Banka Zagreb (Croatia)
- VUB Banka (Slovakia)