Global Money Week 2024: MoneyMaster PSB to educate 5,000 students on savings, investment culture

MoneyMaster Payment Service Bank Limited (MMPSB), Nigeria's prominent payment service bank, is gearing up to educate 5,000 students on the importance of adopting a savings and investment culture in celebration of the 2024 Global Money Week.

Tagged “Catch them Young” experiential campaign, the programme aims to have the students drawn from schools in Nigeria participating in the week-long financial literacy training in the bank’s coordinating centres across 10 participating states of the Federation.

In the same vein, MMPSB will equally engage teachers and enlighten them on basic knowledge of savings and investment for future purposes.

The 2024 Global Money Week with the theme “Protect your money, secure your future”, is billed for March 18 to 24, 2024.

MMPSB disclosed in a press release that it was committed to the provision of top-notch banking services to its customers at all times, including payment services through wallets, savings, individual and business accounts, as well as provision of a platform for customers to buy airtime/data, pay bills and subscribe to cable television, amongst others.

“As part of the week-long celebration, MoneyMaster PSB will also be releasing thought leadership videos on safety and security on how banking customers can protect themselves. These videos will be shared to its customers via direct email and also on its social media handles for the benefit of the general public,” the bank further said.

Global Money Week is an annual event which creates global awareness-raising campaign on the importance of ensuring that young people, from an early age, are financially aware, and are gradually acquiring the knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours pivotal to making sound financial decisions and ultimately achieve financial well-being.

This year’s edition is focused on safe money management, and the importance of adopting a responsible and informed approach to personal finance, by being aware of potential risks in the financial sector and protecting one's hard-earned money.
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