Thus the CEOforLIFE Awards president, on the sidelines of the round table promoted by Alleanza Assicurazioni in collaboration with CEOforLIFE, entitled “Financial education for women as a tool for social equity”,
“Financial education is a very important first element of emancipation, especially female emancipation. Very often the female condition is linked to aspects of financial and economic freedom, therefore it is a very important step to start from this national observatory on financial education in general, but with a particular focus on female financial education, which CEOforLIFE in collaboration with Alleanza Assicurazioni is carrying forward, through this very important meeting today.”
Giordano Fatali, president of CEOforLIFE Awards, said this on the sidelines of the round table promoted by Alleanza Assicurazioni in collaboration with CEOforLIFE, entitled “Financial education for women as a tool for social equity”, which addresses the issue of financial education, fundamental within 17 SDG objectives of the UN Agenda and the six Missions of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR), to promote greater financial and insurance culture aimed at improving the financial independence of women.
It is necessary, through greater awareness on the topic, to provide women with useful tools to acquire autonomy, empowerment and greater personal and professional protection and CEOforLIFE demonstrates its commitment: “The mission of CEOforLIFE – concludes Fatali – is the construction of systems that can protect and promote life in all its different declinations, therefore, we could only be very active also on this financial education initiative, especially for women to give greater freedom to all women who need to work in our country on a ‘Women leadership’, which makes them freer to make choices that are less conditioned and less subject to problems, which unfortunately we still have to see today to the detriment of women”.