Financial education: the Fédération Française de l’Assurance announces the publication of a practical guide called “Saving with life insurance”
In the context of the Financial Education Week, held from 22 to 28 March, the Fédération Française de l’Assurance has published a guide entitled “Saving with life insurance” to help individuals make long-term saving decisions and help them choose the life insurance policy best suited to their profile and projects, thanks to a series of key questions and good habits to adopt.
This publication, which completes the ‘Practical Insurance’ collection, has been awarded with the EDUCFI label by the Banque de France - as operator of the national financial education strategy - which attests to the educational and neutral nature of the messages delivered in the guide, in a simple, accessible and complementary way.
The first two guides in the series, entitled “15 habits to ensure being properly insured” and “Disability and death insurance”, also received the EDUCFI label.
In line with the national strategy for financial education, the FFA is thus involved in an educational and empowering approach that is essential for informed decision-making by various audiences (young people, individuals in financial difficulty, professionals).
“I am delighted with the publication of the ‘Saving with Life Insurance’ guide, which is fully in line with the financial education mission of the Fédération Française de l’Assurance. It is our responsibility to protect our fellow citizens by enabling them to make an informed choice of the insurance solutions best suited to their profile and their projects”, says Florence Lustman, President of the Fédération Française de l’Assurance.
Le guide « Épargner avec l'assurance vie » de la collection « L'assurance en pratique » , édité par la Fédération Française de l'Assurance, a reçu le label EDUCFI de la Banque de France (Mars 2021).