A financial literacy programme for young adults was jointly launched by Citi Singapore and SMU yesterday. The Citi-SMU programme, set to commence in 2013, aims to equip people between 17 and 30 with personal financial knowledge and skills appropriate to their life stage, forming a foundation for better money management. Participants can look forward to lectures and workshops by Citi guest speakers, as well as training sessions by SMU faculty members and select SMU students. Professor De Meyer said “with the new financial literacy programme, our students can also use what they have learnt, to reach out to the young adult community in Singapore, with the focus of reaching those with lower income.”


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