The event will be broadcast live on the MIDE Facebook page at 6:00 p.m. today.
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Bloomberg and MIDE (Interactive Museum of Economics) will team up to organize financial education activities for young women.
Today, March 10th, the organizations will hold a panel discussion on careers in finance at Irene Espinosa, Deputy Governor of Banco de México, María Ariza García Migoya, General Manager of the Stock Exchange (BIVA), and Silvia Singer Sochet, General, participate director of MIDE.
The event will be moderated by the Bloomberg News Bureau's Deputy Director Andrea Navarro and will be broadcast live on the MIDE Facebook page.
The panel will be held to commemorate a week of cooperation between these two institutions as part of International Women's Day. The events started this Monday March 8th when the MIDE education team held a workshop on personal finance that included a general description of the financial market.
“March is dedicated to highlighting all measures to promote the development of women and human rights. At MIDE, we believe that not only should all people have access to financial services, but should also recognize themselves as economic actors who can bring about change through their day-to-day decisions. We are grateful to Bloomberg for helping us make this project possible, ”said Silvia Singer, MIDE General Manager.
On the other hand, starting Friday March 5th, young women from all over Mexico will be able to test their knowledge of personal finance using a questionnaire on the museum's website. This provides information that you can use to make informed financial decisions.