In 2012, Citi Singapore and SMU jointly launched Singapore’s first structured financial literacy programme for young adults, recognising the need for young adults to learn how to take control of their finances. In an interview, SMU Assistant Professor of Finance (Education) Aurobindo Ghosh, who is the Programme Director of the Citi Foundation-SMU Financial Literacy Programme for Young Adults, and SMU student and President of the Citi Foundation-SMU Financial Literacy Club Christopher Yap Jun Hao discussed and shared their insights on the financial literacy of young adults in Singapore.

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