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Banca Intesa to mark World Savings Day in cooperation with NBS

Marking the World Savings Day, Banca Intesa, under the auspices of its parent Group Intesa Sanpaolo, is starting a program of financial education of children and young people entitled Know How to Save to be implemented this year in cooperation with the National Bank of Serbia (NBS). The initiative, which will encompass more than 300 boys and girls in primary and secondary schools across Serbia, will be conducted during the Savings Week, from October 30 to November 3, with the aim of improving financial culture of the youth.

The program will include educational interactive workshops in primary schools in Novi Sad, Nis and Kragujevac to be held by Banca Intesa employees who will present the concept of saving to children in a simple and understandable way and teach them the basic terms in the field of money management.

Marking the World Savings Day, Banca Intesa, under the auspices of its parent Group Intesa Sanpaolo, is starting a program of financial education of children and young people entitled Know How to Save to be implemented this year in cooperation with the National Bank of Serbia (NBS). The initiative, which will encompass more than 300 boys and girls in primary and secondary schools across Serbia, will be conducted during the Savings Week, from October 30 to November 3, with the aim of improving financial culture of the youth.

The program will include educational interactive workshops in primary schools in Novi Sad, Nis and Kragujevac to be held by Banca Intesa employees who will present the concept of saving to children in a simple and understandable way and teach them the basic terms in the field of money management.

Also, as part of the program, NBS employees will hold workshops “My budget and I“ and interactive game “Finances for Later“ for pupils in secondary schools in Belgrade, while also taking primary schoolchildren on a tour of the central bank’s visitor center – a unique educational and exhibition space containing permanent exhibition “Money on the Territory of Serbia from its Establishment until Today’ that allows for a series of educational and interactive activities.

Program Know How to Save is part of a wider initiative of Intesa Sanpaolo Group entitled the Art of Saving which is being conducted across Italy from October 24 to 31. The initiative includes educational and fun activities in Turin, Milan, Naples, Vicenza, Bologna and Palermo such as workshops for school children, visits to Intesa Sanpaolo branches for families, as well as tours of Intesa Sanpoalo’s Savings Museum (Museo del Risparmio), its Gallerie d’Italia and Historical Archive.

The Art of Saving was the brainchild of Turin’s Savings Museum, a multimedia laboratory of Intesa Sanpaolo group designed to educate visitors about finance through personalized experience and fun.

Along with the Know How to Save program in Serbia, the Art of Saving initiative will also include other ISBD countries - Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Egypt, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Hungary. The full program of educational activities is available on www.museodelrisparmio.it and www.gallerieditalia.com.

 

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