CSSF - Commission de surveillance du secteur financier

09/21/2021 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 09/21/2021 09:47

The CSSF supports the senior webbanking initiative “Ech kann dat och”

In order to promote the social, financial and digital inclusion of all citizens, the Ministry of Digitalisation, the Ministry of Consumer Protection, the CSSF and the ABBL Foundation for Financial Education decided to join forces to implement a training programme on e-banking for senior citizens.

In concrete terms, the aim is to allow everybody to take charge of their own e-banking transactions. At the end of this training, participants will be familiar with e-banking services, in particular the security and confidentiality aspects thereof, and they will be able to carry out banking transactions confidently and autonomously.

The training started mid-September. It is offered as a separate module or as part of the "Internet Führerschäin" (Internet driving licence) offered by the ASBL ErwuesseBildung.

The support of the CSSF for this initiative is part of its national mission regarding financial education.

For more information: www.letzfin.lu

De g. à d : Yves Maas, président de la Fondation ABBL pour l'éducation financière, Marc Hansen, ministre délégué à la Digitalisation, Paulette Lenert, ministre de la Protection des consommateurs, Pit Peporté, président de l'ASBL Erwuessebildung et Claude Marx, directeur général de la CSSF, lors de la présentation de la nouvelle formation le 21 septembre 2021.