About 300 students took part in the financial education event “Road of Money” which was staged by the National Bank of Moldova on the National Currency Day, IPN reports.
According to the central bank, the excursion on the “Road of Money”, which was staged together with commercial banks, started at the central bank early on November 29, when the Moldovan leu reached 30 years of its putting into circulation. The visitors were able to see how the money circulates and how it reaches the banks, the economy and the consumers.
In the central bank’s exhibition hall, the excursionists could admire the collection of commemorative and jubilee coins issued by the National Bank of Moldova and monetary art items of other countries and could learn more about the security features of the national currency.
The “Road of Money” continued at commercial banks, where experts told the students about financial innovations, what a bank is and why digital and technological development is important for a financial market that, alongside other economic components, plays an essential role in improving living conditions.
The financial education event “Road of Money” was at its fifth edition. It promotes financial culture among young citizens as a basis for personal welfare in the future.