Banks offering financial advice to kids

A number of banks have introduced initiatives to help parents and teachers explain financial concepts to children. Among the offerings is an interactive game, launched by National Irish Bank last year. The financial education website ç www.moneyville

2nd May, 2009

A number of banks have introduced initiatives to help parents and teachers explain financial concepts to children.

Among the offerings is an interactive game, launched by National Irish Bank last year. The financial education website ç www.moneyville.ie - is not branded and does not link back to the bank’s website.

Caroline Douglas, communications manager of the bank, said its parent company, Danske, had decided that the best way to contribute something...

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