OECD International Network on Financial Education

About the network

Created in 2008, the OECD International Network on Financial Education (INFE) promotes and facilitates international co-operation between policymakers and other stakeholders on financial education issues worldwide.

It serves as a platform to collect data on financial literacy, develop analytical and comparative reports, research, and develop policy instruments.

260 public institutions from over 115 countries now belong to the network.

 

OECD/INFE community 

The community for full and regular members facilitates the exchange of ideas and sharing of knowledge and informs members of the on-going work of the OECD/INFE, its current activities and forthcoming events. 

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How to join the OECD/INFE

Representatives of public bodies from OECD and non-OECD countries/economies with specific interest in and expertise on financial education are invited to join the OECD/INFE as full or regular members.

  • Full membership is granted to public institutions that want to play an active role in the work of the INFE and are willing to financially contribute to INFE activities on an annual basis. The contribution is per institution and the scale (ranging from 1,000 to 8,000 EUR) takes into account countries’ income per capita and overall GDP according to current World Bank Indicators. Contact secretariatinfe@oecd.org for more information.
  • Regular membership is granted to public institutions that want to be informed about OECD/INFE activities, but are not willing to play an active role and financially contribute to the OECD/INFE.

    Apply online for full or regular membership.

Other membership categories

  • Affiliate members are selected non-governmental, not-for-profit organisations with an appropriate interest in financial literacy and education. This membership category includes, but is not limited to, academics, consumer groups and community groups; foundations; industry associations; self-regulatory organisations and trade unions.

    Apply online for affiliate membership.
  • Associate members: The participation in the INFE of relevant international organisations with interest and expertise in financial education is important to ensure global coordination of issues and activities on financial education; to develop synergies and to avoid duplication of work and resources.
  • Key partners: Dedicated partnerships with selected key observers (or potential observers) and institutions belonging to the affiliate member category, with funding capacities and interest in INFE activities (such as foundations and industry associations), could be explored for particular INFE projects.
  • Supporters: Annual contribution of 20,000 EUR

Please contact SecretariatINFE@oecd.org for more detailed information on the different membership categories.