2015 Fellows Symposium – Advancing Financial Literacy, Capability and Well-Being Among Hispanics

2015 Fellows Symposium: Welcoming Remarks

2015 Fellows Symposium – Advancing Financial Literacy, Capability and Well-Being Among Hispanics

November 12, 2015
Austin, TX
by invitation only

On November 12, 2015, the TIAA Institute hosted a Fellows Symposium on engaging Hispanics in their personal finances.

Designed to generate fresh thinking on strategies to address both short- and long-term financial priorities, the event convened a multidisciplinary group of academic researchers, policymakers, consultants, association heads and other thought leaders. Participants networked with peers while sharing ideas, strategies and best practices. They also heard insights from a new TIAA Institute report on financial literacy and decision making among college-educated Hispanics.

Keynote Address
Fellows Symposium Keynote
Panel Discussions
The Current State of Hispanic Personal Finances
Engaging Hispanics for Better Personal Finances
Perspectives from the Media, Business and Government on Hispanic Personal Finances
How Are and How Can Colleges and Universities Address Financial Literacy