Video stories from Summit WorkshopsPosted to Financial Capability on 18-06-2018
If you couldn't attend the four workshops held on the first day of the New Zealand Financial Capability Summit on June 11, 2018, don't worry. The CFFC's videographer, Estefania Lopez, created a 2-minute summary of the material contained in each workshop, including interviews with facilitators and participants.
Navigating the financial capability waters for Māori and Pacific communities
Our Manukura Manager, Alexander Stevens, led this workshop, which brought together people working with Māori and Pacific communities to help raise their financial capability. Discussion points included the challenges, ways forward, and what retirement looks like to members of these communities.
Building resilience with emergency savings
The CFFC's General Manager of Community Programmes, Peter Cordtz, led a workshop that looked at the impact of high-cost consumer debt on vulnerable groups, and how the creation of a universally available emergency savings account might help families get on top of debt, and begin saving for a home and retirement.
Research that matters
Our Group Manager of Research and Strategy, Dr Simon Peel, ran a workshop that looked at how research can be used to raise financial capability and inform the work of those in the field.
Finovate - the role of technology in building financial capability
CFFC Personal Finance Editor Tom Hartmann asks if new financial technology will enhance financial capability.
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