Tagged: financial education

Greenlight Financial Technology Introduces Investing For Parents, an Intuitive Way to Invest for Kids’ Futures

Greenlight Financial Technology, Inc., the Fintech firm on a mission to “shine a light on the world of money for families,” has introduced Investing for Parents, which is described as a new educational investing platform “designed for parents.” As mentioned in a release, Investing for… Read More

Financial Services Firm Bling Card Requests Treezor to Create Pocket Money App for Kids, Teens

Bling Card has teamed up with SocGen-owned banking-as-a-service (BaaS) firm Treezor in order create a prepaid pocket money card and financial education app for children in Germany. With the Bling Card, kids and teenagers are able pay independently and securely at merchant outlets in Germany…. Read More

eToro Commits $1M Stake to GoodDollar Universal Basic Income Initiative

eToro, a multi-asset investment platform that empowers consumers to grow their knowledge and wealth as part of a global community of investors, reveals that it’s “reinforcing its commitment to opening the digital economy to the next billion global crypto users.” eToro confirmed in a release… Read More

Goldex, a Multi-Dealer Marketplace for Physical Gold, Introduces Academy to Democratize Financial Literacy Around Gold

Goldex, a multi-dealer marketplace for allocated physical gold, reveals that it has introduced a free-of-cost online academy to “democratize” financial literacy around gold. Goldex Academy will be hosting a “dedicated” vault of informative content with insights on how to go about making investments in gold…. Read More

UK Fintech Freetrade Survey Reveals that Brits Struggled with Financial Literacy Questions on ISAs, Retirement Planning

A recent research study has found that a lack of proper financial education has left consumers across the UK a bit confused with how to manage their funds. The study reveals that UK residents may be dealing with detrimental effects on their confidence, mental well-being… Read More

Financial Education App, Invstr, Offers an Alternative to Millennials who Might Not Want to Use Robo-Advisors

The COVID-19 pandemic has “completely disrupted” young Americans’ financial stability, according to an update shared with Crowdfund Insider. The economic uncertainty due to the Coronavirus crisis has forced Millennials (people born around 1980 to 1996) to rethink or re-evaluate their retirement strategies, if they even… Read More

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