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OTP Bank Romania launches a financial education center in partnership with The Right to Education Foundation

OTP Bank Romania and The Right to Education Foundation launch OK Center, the first non-formal financial education center in Romania. The 1,200 sqm space is dedicated to everybody who want to update their financial knowledge through innovative methods.

2017-10-06 09:44:37

The 600,000 Euro investment comes to strengthen the pioneering role in the financial education of young people, adults and entrepreneurs undertaken by OTP Bank Romania in 2014.

OK Center has the role of supporting those who visit it to improve their money management skills and make them financially accountable, building a culture that provides a balanced appetite for risk. The educational modules are developed by OTP Fay Andras Foundation specialists from Hungary and adapted locally by Right to Education Foundation.

OK Center will host training and learning sessions, for both children and adults, held by 8 dedicated trainers, as well as events and volunteering activities. The total capacity of the building reaches 190 people, whereas 80 people can learn simultaneously in four training rooms, equipped with the latest video and sound systems.



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