Digital transformation and financial education: Basic Issues

Digital, financial products, EduFin, BBVA

Abstract

This paper discusses the role of financial education in the process of digital transformation.

Initially, attention is paid to the main implications of digitization for the financial system. Subsequently, the possible incidence of digitalization in the financial decision-making process of families and the issues related to the delivery of financial education programs in the new digital environment are addressed.

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Tags

Digitalization Financial education Financial Inclusion Financial literacy Financial sector Inclusión financiera

Authors

José M. Domínguez

General Director of the General and Technical Secretariat and Director of the Edufiinet Project, Unicaja Banco

José María López Jiménez

Head of Corporate Social Responsibility at Unicaja Banco

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Additional Information

Date published

01/07/2019

Document Type

Research

Geographies

Global

Target

General

Pages

18

JEL Code

A29, D14, G20, G41, O33.

Source

Edufinet

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