On March 10, 2017 Italy’s government approved a new kind of bank account which will enable holders, including low income retirees, to manage very simple bank operations, such as cashing pensions in, ordering and receiving wire transfers, at low costs.
The Italian Municipality of Milan, by means of its Social Policies Department and in cooperation with best in class partners (among these Fondazione Cariplo and the consultancy firm PROGeTICA), recently started a financial education program within its welfare system.
"Female conversations on finance. A slice of life of Spanish women" realized by CECE; February 2017
"Loneliness, financial illiteracy and distrust in the old age: A survey on the older people assisted by Ufficio Pio" by Eleonora Brandimarti and Flavia Coda Moscarola (CeRP)
by Philippe Bertrand and Jean-Luc Prigent; prepared for the Observatoire de l'épargne européenne (OEE) ...continue reading