Financial Days for Children and Young People (JFEJ): AMMC went off Morocco


Financial Days for Children and Young People (JFEJ): AMMC went off Morocco
Financial Days for Children and Young People (JFEJ): AMMC went off Morocco

Aiming to bring children and young people to the world of finance and preparation, as future adults to make financial decisions, Moroccan Capital Markets Authority (AMMC), an active member of the Moroccan Foundation for Financial Education ( FMEF), for the second year running as part of the 8th edition of JFEJ, and organized in conjunction with Bank Al Maghrib and FMEF branches, a number of seminars across Morocco. and young students at university.

This eighth issue of Children and Young People's Financial Days (JFEJ) is held as part of the Global Money Money Week, which serves 169 countries and benefits around 32 million young people.

In this regard, the AMMC organized its conference tour in Larache on 27 March, 2019. The morning was delivered to secondary school pupils to raise the key ideas in financial education (budget, arrival). in, investment, investment, bank and regulator initiatives) and describe the capital, financial market, financial instruments, stakeholders, investment and the role of the AMMC in protecting savings.

This first day in Larache went on in the evening with a meeting with Masters Management and Finance students from the University of Poly-discipline Larache where they were introduced to the AMMC, their role and role. the work. capital market responsibility, organization, operation and actors as well as the characteristics of the public offer and the financial information for owners.

The conference tour will run for April 2019 at the Faculty of Legal, Economic and Social Sciences and the National School of Trade and Regulation (ENCG) of Settat, at the Faculty of Economic and Legal Sciences. He closes at Meknes and closes at the Poly Faculty of Discipline.

In Morocco, the 2019 version of JFEJ is more inclusive and introduces new targets for young people such as BTS students, those in higher education and micro-entrepreneurs.

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