The CPS: the level of financial literacy of Russians grew

The CPS: the level of financial literacy of Russians grew


Increase of financial literacy of Russians is very important, especially in this historical period, said the head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova. She noted that with the help of experts in 2012 in the courts, the citizens regained the 13 billion, in 2014 – already 26 billion.

MOSCOW, 29 Dec. The CPS notes that Russia has managed to achieve some success in improving financial literacy of citizens, said the Minister Anna Popova in the broadcast channel “Russia 24”.

“In 2015 a lot of efforts jointly with the Ministry of Finance, the world Bank was devoted to improving financial literacy. We believe that this is very important, especially in this historical period that we are experiencing… we have already some results. With the help of experts of Rospotrebnadzor in 2012 in the courts of our citizens regained the 13 billion, in 2014 — already 26 billion,” she said.

Earlier the Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation Sergey Storchak at a press conference on the results of the all-Russian week of savings, reported that according to the survey, only 36% of respondents know that a complaint against the insurance companies need to apply to the Bank of Russia or the Federal service.