Videos 2013

Please click below to view the short Financial Literacy Talks interviews and the presentations of our summit speakers.

FINLIT TALKS: INTERVIEWS WITH FINANCIAL LITERACY THOUGHT LEADERS
FinLit Talks offer a concise summary of in-depth academic and practitioner presentations, in plain English, for dissemination to a worldwide audience.

Jeroo Billimoria, Managing Director, Child and Youth Finance International, the Netherlands
Empowering the Youth (1:27)

Fiona Ellis, Director of Education, Personal Finance Education Group, UK
Stepping Up the Effort: Educating Teachers (3:32)

Elsa Fornero, Former Italian Minister of Labor, Social Policies, and Equal Opportunities
Pension Reforms and Financial Literacy (4:47)

Billy Hensley, Director of Education, National Endowment for Financial Education, USA
Stepping Up the Effort: Educating Teachers (1:53)

Mahnaz Mahdavi, Faculty Director, Center for Women and Financial Independence, Smith College, USA
Financial Literacy Amongst the Educated (4:26)

Wendy Mason, Head of Commonwealth Bank Foundation, Australia
Financial Education in Schools: Lessons from Australia (2:37)

Jean-Paul Servais, Chairman, Financial Services and Markets Authority, Belgium
Investor Education: Regulators’ Perspectives (5:37)

Dominic Thurbon, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer, ChangeLabs, Australia
Financial Education from a Behavioral Perspective (4:10)

José Alexandre Cavalcanti Vasco, Head, Investor Education and Protection Office, Securities and Exchange Commission, Brazil
Investor Education: Regulators’ Perspectives (3:14)

Gerri Walsh, President, FINRA Investor Education Foundation and Senior Vice-President, FINRA’s Office of Investor Education, USA
Investor Education: Regulators’ Perspectives (2:34)

SUMMIT PRESENTATION VIDEOS

Opening Speaker 

Annamaria Lusardi, Academic Director, Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center, George Washington School of Business, USA
Opening Address (52:15)

Session 1: Financial Education in Schools: Lessons From Australia

Moderator: Dominic Thurbon, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Office, ChangeLabs, Australia
Remarks (8:43)

Wendy Mason, Head, Commonwealth Bank Foundation, Australia
Presentation (48:43)

Session 2: Stepping Up the Effort: Educating Teachers

Moderator: Fiona Ellis, Director of Education, Personal Finance Education Group (pfeg), UK
Remarks (6:39)

Billy Hensley, Director of Education, National Endowment for Financial Education, USA
Presentation (17:08)

Q&A Session (7:50)

Session 3: Financial Education in Schools: Lessons from Germany

Moderator: Tabea Bucher-Koenen, Head, Research Unit Healthy Economics, Munich Center for the Economics of Aging, Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy, Germany
Remarks (9:02)

Q&A Session (15:32)

Session 4: Empowering the Youth

Tamara Madern, Research Assistant, Nibud, the Netherlands and Gerjoke Wilmink, General Manager, Nibud, the Netherlands
Remarks and Presentation (21:29)

Jeroo Billimoria, Managing Director, Child and Youth Finance International (CYFI), the Netherlands
Presentation (16:39)

Q&A Session (10:29)

Session 5: Pension Reforms and Financial Literacy

Elsa Fornero, Former Italian Minister of Labor, Social Policies and Equal Opportunities and Professor of Economics, University of Turin, Italy
Presentation (41:57)

Q&A Session (14:04)

Session 6: Investor Education: Regulators’ Perspectives

Jean-Paul Servais, Chairman, Financial Services and Markets Authority, Belgium
Presentation (17:21)

José Alexandre Cavalcanti Vasco, Head, Investor Education and Protection Office, Securities and Exchange Commission, Brazil
Presentation (17:54)

Gerri Walsh, President, FINRA Investor Education Foundation, and Senior Vice President, FINRA’s Office of Investor Education, USA
Presentation (15:16)

Harman Korte, Member of the Executive Board, Authority for the Financial Markets, the Netherlands
Presentation (13:52)

Q&A Session (17:35)

Session 7: Shifting Paradigms to Improve Retirement Security

Annamaria Lusardi, Academic Director, Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center, George Washington School of Business, USA
Presentation (34:05)