Following on from the National Strategy for Financial Literacy, the Exchange was established to help improve financial literacy through powerful and practical initiatives.
We have an emphasis on sustainable and enduring behaviour change, helping people to get ahead financially and improve their lives.
The Exchange is an initiative coordinated by the Commission for Financial Literacy and Retirement Income to further build the financial capability of New Zealanders. It's a collaborative partnership between members of the financial services sector and the public sector with the Governor-General, Lt Gen The Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae as its patron.
Benefits of the partnership
The Exchange aims to deliver innovative and effective financial literacy initiatives, benefiting from:
- Centralised effort
- Shared learnings
- A national footprint
- Scalability of projects
- Agreement on prioritisation of goals
More information on The Exchange can be found on it's .
The Exchange harnesses the collective power of government, the finance sector and NGOs to work together to tackle financial literacy issues.
Exchange projects are supported by partners committed to sharing their resources such as digital channels, distribution mechanisms and human capital. It amplifiess the reach of some existing projects, such as Money Week, and support new initiatives.
Our projects include:
- The Warehouse Wiri
- The Warehouse Wainuiomata
- Randwick Park
Feel free to if you have any questions regarding The Exchange or suggest a new project for the initiative to engage on.