Tuesday 27th June, 2017
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NSE celebrates 2017 Global Money Week

NSE celebrates 2017 Global Money Week

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) joined more than 960 organisations in over 130 countries to celebrate the 2017 Global Money Week with the theme “Learn. Save. Earn”
 
The Global Money Week is an annual global celebration, initiated by Child & Youth Finance International (CYFI), with local and regional events and activities aimed at raising awareness of the importance of financial education and financial inclusion for children and youths.
 
In support of Global Money Week, the Exchange organized a series of educational programs in partnership with First Bank Ltd, Access Bank Plc and AIESEC Nigeria, aimed at engaging young people in knowledge sharing on how money works, saving, investing, creating livelihood, gaining employment and entrepreneurship.
 
Activities for the week included a Closing Gong ceremony at the Exchange, excursions to the trading floor, interactive session with executive management of the Exchange, financial literacy fair and school outreach programmes carried out in different communities.
 
In her welcome remarks, Acting Head, Corporate Services Division, NSE, Ms Pai Gamde, stated that “the Global Money Week is of strategic importance to both the Nigerian Stock Exchange as an organization and its various stakeholders. It is an excellent opportunity to share with the country’s future leaders tips on how to build a financially savvy future”.
 
On his part, the Head of Corporate Communications, NSE, Olumide Orojimi said, “improving financial literacy is at the core of what we do at the NSE because we recognize that the ability to make well-informed financial decisions plays an important part in the ability of individuals to manage financial affairs well, a factor that can have either a negative or positive ripple effect on the economy.
 
“From 2014 when the Exchange started celebrating the Global Money Week, we have been able to reach over 7,170 students from over 83 schools. This week alone, we impacted over 4,117 students from over 29 secondary schools”.

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