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European Money Quiz and Economist Webinar 2022

European Money Quiz 2022

Registration is now open for the Irish finals of the European Money Quiz 2022 which will take place on Tuesday 22nd March. Click here to find out more about the quiz and how you can register your students to take part in the live online Kahoot! final where students across Ireland will play directly against each other in real time to win a chance to represent Ireland in the European finals of the quiz in May.

Economist Webinar

On March 8th BPFI brought together the chief economists from AIB and Bank of Ireland to deliver an Economist Masterclass Webinar which was streamed live to business and economics secondary school students right across Ireland. Click here for more details.

European Money Quiz

 

Registration is now open for the Irish finals of the European Money Quiz 2022, a financial education quiz for 13-15 year old students. Register your students now to take part in the live online Kahoot! final at 12 noon, Tuesday 22nd March when students across Ireland will play directly against each other in real time to win a chance to represent Ireland in the European finals of the quiz in May.  

How do I take part and how does the quiz work?

National Finals

  • National finals will take place in over 25 countries across Europe including Ireland. The Irish finals take place at 12 noon on 22 March 2022 and teachers/students can play from their classroom.
  • Playing in teams of two students must answer 15 financial education related questions with  four possible answers to choose from.
  • The quiz is run online through the Kahoot! learning platform which means all students taking part across Ireland play against each other directly and in real time in their own classroom.
  • The team that answers the most correct questions in the fastest time wins.
  • The winning team of two will go forward to represent Ireland in the European finals of the quiz taking place virtually on Tuesday May 10th and organised by the European Banking Federation.
  • As the 2022 European final is taking place virtually due to COVID-19uncertainties, the traditional prize of flying the Irish winners along with their teacher to the Brussels finals is unfortunately not possible. However in place of this we will be giving the winning team of students a €500 voucher each as well as a trophy for their school. 

European Finals

  • The European quiz finals will take place virtually on Tuesday 10th May 2022.
  • The winning team from Ireland will play against students from across Europe in a live virtual final.
  • Similar to the national finals the team who answers the most correct questions in the fastest time win.
  • The winning students will win a cash prize for their school as follows:
    First place: €3,000
    Second place: €2,000
    Third place: €1,000
  • The EBF is also planning to arrange a summer trip to Brussels for the top five winning teams.

How can I enter?

To enter simply register your class by emailing moneyquiz@bpfi.ie with:

  • your name and contact number
  • school name and address
  • the number of students you wish to register 
  • We’ll then send you a teacher’s guide to the quiz and all the other details you need
 

European Money Week 2022

The European Money Quiz is organised by Banking & Payments Federation Ireland as part of European Money Week.

European Money Week is an annual initiative promoting financial education across Europe. The week is organised by national banking associations, including Banking & Payments Federation Ireland, under the coordination of the European Banking Federation. European Money Week 2022 will take place on 23-27 March and involve activities and young people from across more than 32 countries. Here in Ireland BPFI is organising two main initiatives for young people to get involved in, the European Money Quiz and an Economist Webinar.

Chief Economist Masterclass Webinar

BPFI was delighted to host its 5th annual Chief Economist Webinar on Tuesday 8th March which brought together  the chief economists from AIB and Bank of Ireland to deliver an Economist Masterclass  streamed live to business and economics secondary school students right across Ireland.

AIB’s Senior Economist, John Fahey and Dr. Loretta O’Sullivan, Group Chief Economist, Bank of Ireland  will join forces to deliver a series of presentations via webinar  on a range of current economic issues. The presentations will be followed by a panel discussion chaired by BPFI Chief Economist Ali Ugur.

The webinar is now available to stream here

Our Associations

BPFI's associate network extends many of the benefits of membership to leading professional service firms that provide related advisory and consultancy services.

Our Presidents

Eamonn Crowley has been appointed President of Banking & Payments Federation Ireland and Fiona Gallagher has been appointed the first female Chair of the Federation of International Banks in Ireland.

Interested in joining us?

Let’s talk. For more information about BPFI membership please contact Ann Smith, Director, Corporate Services via the button below.