The event will be held in Madrid (Spain) on September 29th and in Mexico City (Mexico) on September 30th. Those interested can attend in person from BBVA locations in Madrid and Mexico City and/or remotely via videoconference.
Inclusion and financial health
New financial assets such as cryptocurrencies, new digital channels and social networks pose challenges in relation to trust, security or fraud prevention. If we use this moment well, we have the opportunity to inspire a new digital financial education.
Moderator: Ana Rubio
The new digital financial practices have become relevant and have attracted the interest of a new sector of the young population thanks to the figure of the "fininfluencers".
Keynote speakers: Manuel Ángel Méndez
TThe World Bank's Global Findex database is the source of data on global access to financial services and identifies the main challenges of financial inclusion. These include emphasizing women's access and promoting the digitization of payments.
Moderator: Hugo Nájera
Data analytics, artificial intelligence or automatic learning have a key role to play in supporting financial capabilities by creating products and services that help consumers improve their financial health and build resilience to financial crises.
Moderator: Carlos Serrano
Financial education can act as a facilitator in raising societal awareness about the urgency of climate change and favor knowledge acquisition needed to integrate sustainability into our personal financial decisions, being part of the change through access to sustainable finance.
Moderator: Lidia del Pozo
Keynote speakers: Javier Rodríguez Soler