BRUSSELS, BELGIUM--(Marketwired - April 2, 2014) - Mr. Eric Prud'homme, Director, Quebec Region of the Canadian Bankers Association (CBA), will be speaking, tomorrow, April 3rd, 2014, at the second conference of the Union bancaire francophone (UBF) on the various financial literacy initiatives developed by the CBA. His remarks will focus on the financial literacy seminars program, Your Money Students, as well as on the seminars developed for seniors, Your Money Seniors, that will be launched later this year.
"Canada is a world leader in the area of financial literacy. Our banks play a key role in raising awareness about the importance of financial literacy and in promoting financial literacy activities among Canadians. I am honoured to represent the Canadian banking industry at this conference and to share our expertise with the other participants," said Mr. Prud'homme.
The UBF serves as a bridge between national banking associations of francophone countries and as a forum of exchange for their banks. For more information about the conference: www.febelfin.be/fr/union-bancaire-francophone-conference-sur-leducation-financiere
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