As the BSP's focal point of contact of the public on public information concerning economic and financial matters, the Economic and Financial Learning Office (EFLO) conducts various learning events
The Financial Education Stakeholders Expo is a flagship financial education event convened annually by the BSP. The Expo gathers more than 1,000 partners, stakeholders and advocates from public and private institutions. It serves as a venue for sharing initiatives, challenges, opportunities and lessons learned in the financial education space. The Expo aims to ensure synergy of financial education programs and encourage productive public-private partnerships. Through the Expo, the BSP aims to build an organized network of advocates imbued with the shared vision and collective responsibility of implementing sustainable and effective financial education programs. The Expo supports celebrations of the Economic and Financial Learning Week under Republic Act (RA) No. 10922 and aligns with the objective of establishing a “Matatag, maginhawa at panatag na buhay” for all Filipinos under AmBisyon Natin 2040.
The Economic and Financial Learning Program (EFLP) is the flagship program for delivering directly key messages on economics and finance to target stakeholders, specifically the general public. It was launched in July 2010 with the objective to provide information services, programs, and materials to present the work of the BSP and its role in the Philippine economy, as well as to promote greater understanding of essential economic concepts and issues. The EFLP covers the conduct of BSP-initiated learning sessions for different audience types in different localities and on-demand requests for lectures from various schools, government agencies, private institutions, and other interested parties.
EFLP topics and key messages will mainly focus on the following:
EFLP target participants are those representing the Filipino household (HH) sector as represented by the working members, small business owners, and students.
As the BSP’s focal point of contact of the public on information concerning economic and financial matters, the Economic and Financial Learning Office (EFLO) conducts learning sessions on the core functions of the BSP and its role in the Philippine economy.
The 45- to 60- minute* learning session will focus on the discussion of the following core mandates of the BSP:
This may be delivered through virtual, blended/hybrid, or face-to-face modalities depending on the resource requirements, and health and security conditions.
For the meantime, it is being conducted
The conduct of the learning session is free but reservation is required through the link below at least ten (10) business days in advance for scheduling and logistical arrangements.
Contact Number: 02-305-2331