Last Updated: 02 April 2019
As part of the celebrations of the International Money Week. The Mozambique Stock Exchange in partnership with the Bank of Mozambique and the Insurance Supervision Institute of Mozambique, with the support of the FSDmoc, held on March 25 the central ceremonies of the at the Industrial and Computer Institute Armando Emílio Guebuza, in Maputo Province, Boane District.
The celebration of International Money Week ran from 25 to 31 March nationwide, and for this year's motto was "Learn to Spare and Earn." The week was celebrated at the invitation of Child & Youth Finance International, an international body working to provide children and young people around the world with access to financial services, awareness of their economic rights and empower them to build their assets, invest in their future, and ultimately break the cycle of poverty.
At the opening of the event, the Director of the Maputo Branch, Aurora Bila, said that the initiative aims to inform and sensitize young people about the best financial management practices through savings, investment and insurance, in order to make better decisions and sustainable development.
During the event, Financial Education workshops were held for 500 students and topics related to savings, forms of stock market investment, importance of insurance and interactive games with students were also developed.
In order to reinforce the message transmitted and stimulate the reading of the students, didactic material was distributed with educational contents and other gifts prepared for the occasion.
It is worth mentioning that, even in the context of the celebrations, the BVM held talks for about 100 students of the Higher Institute of Accounting and Audit of Mozambique, to disseminate Global Money Week to talk about the operation of the Stock Exchange and its importance for the economy.Event Photos