The Financial Education Forum is a cross sector network run by Young Money, which was set up in 2000 to provide a platform for organisations and individuals with an interest in financial education policy and programmes.
Forum Members meet twice a year in order to share good practice and the latest news and developments in financial education for children and young people.
Please see the Forum Membership Pack for information about how to become a member.Forum Membership Pack
Each year we provide opportunities for Forum Members to network and share updates on the work they are doing in the financial education space.
We hold two Forum Meetings every year, where we hear from a range of speakers about new programmes and policies affecting financial education. The programme for each meeting is varied and can range from education policy updates, to the latest research findings or information about new Quality Marked financial education resources. We also give members the opportunity to provide updates on the work they are doing throughout the year, which can all be found on our member updates page.
Member organisations may be approached to host a Forum meeting where appropriate. Recent meetings have been hosted by the London Institute of Banking and Finance and RBS NatWest.
Further information about membership and hosting is available in the Forum Membership Pack.
Forum Papers and Presentations from past meetings can be accessed here.
If you would like further information on the Financial Education Forum and how to become a member, please get in contact.