SMU and Citi Singapore will launch a programme to teach young adults about finance and money management early next year. SMU will develop the curriculum and train selected students to teach. Associate Professor of Finance Jeremy Goh said, “They will conduct financial literacy outreach programmes... to reach out to the wider community, especially those from lower income families.”

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