The Central Council for Financial Services Information
The Central Council for Financial Services Information is the organization which is conducting financial services information activities in Japan.
With the primary purpose of enlightening the public regarding the importance of basic financial and economic knowledge related to daily life, the Central Council for Financial Services Information has been engaged in nationwide promotion, mainly public relations activities.
Since the establishment of the Central Council for Savings Promotion in April 1952, the Bank of Japan has been working as its secretariat. Presently, the secretariat is located in the Public Relations Department of the Bank.
- Current Financial Services Information Activities
- The Central Council for Financial Services Information and its Related Organizations
- Financial Literacy Survey
- Public Opinion Survey on Household Financial Assets and Liabilities
- Consumer Survey on Finance
- Guidelines for the Promotion of Consumer Education on Finance: 2002
- Contents of Financial Education by Age Groups
- Financial Education Goals by Age Group from Primary School
- through High School (Financial Education Program)