Moneyville helps increase children's financial
understanding

Moneyville is a fun game where kids between 5-9 years can learn about what money is. In the game, they make money and even decide whether to spend money or save.

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Financial Literacy

Danske Bank's initiatives

Danske Bank has since 2007 worked to increase children's and young people's financial literacy
through a number of initiatives and collaborations with experts.

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Financial literacy in figures

30%

Of all children have a poor understanding of the value of things, and doesn’t know where money comes from.

47%

Of all parents think that their children to some degree understand where money comes from.

80% 

Of the 10-15 year olds think it would be exciting to learn more about money in school.

 

We continuously cover the biggest challenges in financial literacy, as selected target groups stand for.

Studies of financial literacy in Denmark ​​
 

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We will get back to you as soon as possible.

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