As part of Scottish Financial Education Week (20-24 March 2017), University of Edinburgh Business School is hosting a seminar and interactive webinar focusing on supporting and developing young adult financial capability.
Seminar: Supporting and developing young adult financial capability📅23 March 2017
⏲09:45 - 12:00 (2 hours 15 minutes)
The seminar draws on insights into factors helping and hindering the development of young adult financial capability from analysis of the UK Financial Capability Survey and perspectives which include the challenges associated with further education, transitions to adulthood and debt. Scottish Financial Education Week is supported by Scottish Government and the Scottish Financial Capability Partnership and is focusing on children, young people and young adults.
Speakers will include representatives from Money Advice Service, University of Edinburgh Business School, Young Scot, Money Advice Scotland, Lloyds Banking Group, UK Youth and students from Edinburgh and Stirling Universities.
The seminar is a free, ticketed event. Places are limited so please register at the bottom of the page.
Please note that individuals unable to attend in person can still participate via the webinar.
10:00: Welcome and Introduction: Michael Royce
Financial Capability Policy & Proposition Manager, Money Advice Service
10:05: Insights from Young Adults Financial Capability ‘Deep dive’ Analysis
Tina Harrison, University of Edinburgh Business School
10:25: Real life – Financial Education and the Transition to Adulthood
Hilary Kidd, Young Scot and Shannon Goundry, University of Stirling
10:35: Young Adults and Debt
Pat Sproul, Money Advice Scotland
10:45: Money for Life: Moving to Independent Living
Lloyds Banking Group and UK Youth
10:55: Young Adults’ Ideas to Improve Financial Capability
Financial Services Marketing Student Group (UEBS)
11:05: Panel Discussion (including webinar participants)
Chaired by Michael Royce, Money Advice Service
11:35: Closing remarks
Michael Royce, Money Advice Service
Professor Tina Harrison and Dr Caroline Marchant.✎
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