Financial education latest publications
On May 11, 2022, the results and databases of the National Survey of Financial Inclusion 2021 were published. This report has the objective of analyzing the advances or setbacks in some indicators of the financial inclusion of the population in Mexico between 2018 and 2021.
As is known, Mexico is at a time of high inflation, the National Consumer Price Index (INPC) stood at 7.36% at the end of 2021 and hasn’t had that level since more than twenty years. How does this fact affect personal finances and financial decisions for 2022?
A year and a half after the pandemic began, the COVID-19 has highlighted the importance of households having the financial resilience to tackle the economic consequences of a scenario of high uncertainty.
Press release. One of the pillars in financial education syllabi is saving. If this is combined with awareness to contribute to the mitigation of climate change, there is a formula in which not only one-person wins, but also society as a whole.
Regarding the National Financial Education Week, we recover the main advances, setbacks and changes that Mexico has had in financial inclusion and education. We present the most notable aspects of the National Policy for Financial Inclusion 2020, along with the latest figures of the country in financial inclusion.
With Covid-19, it is not only necessary to take care of physical health, but also financial health, mainly because we are exposed to negative variations in income. The note presents recommendations in case of being under these variations.
At almost 50 years from the first of the Christmas bonus mandatory in Mexico, the note gives recommendations for using it, and safety and self-control tips for the financial health of workers in Mexico who receives this bonus.
On April 12, the Mexican National Banking Commission (CNBV) published the level of financial literacy of Mexicans in 2018, which was 58.2 out of 100 points. This note describes the main questions related to financial "knowledge", "behaviors" and "attitudes" that were answered incorrectly by more than half of Mexicans.