Financial Literacy Program


Financial literacy plays a very crucial role in the growth and development of an economy. It helps in enhancing consumers’ financial knowledge on banking concepts enabling them to make informed decisions/ choices to improve their financial well-being.

On 19 January 2015, the MBA embarked on a Financial Literacy Program to promote financial education across the population.

The objectives of the MBA’s Financial Literacy Program are to:

  • Increase consumers’ financial awareness on the different types of services and products banks offer, emphasizing their characteristics, the related benefits and associated risks as well as the rights & obligations of customers and bankers; and
  • Promote greater understanding of the role and functions of banks and their economic and social contribution.

The MBA is committed to increase financial awareness through weekly press inserts initially for a 3-months period. To view the inserts, click on the links below and for further information; please visit the MBA’s Publications page.

List of MBA’s inserts

Please note that the inserts are for information purposes and guidance only and on the understanding that the MBA is not providing professional advice.