SLOVENIA: The Slovenian Insurance Association and the Insurance Supervision Agency make joint efforts to strengthen financial literacy

25 March 2024 — Marina MAGNAVAL
The results of the Eurobarometer survey published last year show that the level of financial literacy in the EU is low on average (18% of EU citizens have high financial literacy). There are considerable differences between EU countries. Only in four EU member states 25% of people have a high level of financial literacy, i.e. the Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark, and Slovenia.

Although Slovenia performs well by European standards, there is still considerable room for improving financial literacy, according to the Slovenian Insurance Association.

The Slovenian Insurance Association and the Insurance Supervision Agency make joint efforts to strengthen financial literacy. During the financial literacy week "Money Global Week", which took place from March 18 to March 24, the association and the agency prepared additional content for everyone who wants to get to know better and deepen their understanding of personal finances, property insurance and financial planning.



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