New education platform

In April 2016 the Investor Education Centre launched an independent and impartial financial education platform, The Chin Family. Our aim is to make learning about finances simpler, more straightforward and enjoyable for everyone in Hong Kong. The information and tools previously on the IEC website are now available on The Chin Family website.


全新教育平台

於2016年4月,投資者教育中心推出中立持平的金融理財教育平台錢家有道,以簡單易明、生動有趣的手法為香港市民提供金融理財教育資訊。投資者教育中心原有的教育資訊及工具現已在錢家有道之新網站提供。


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Research and Evaluation

IEC research initiatives

On-going research is essential to inform IEC’s education initiatives. We are committed to monitoring the financial literacy level of Hong Kong people and identifying the knowledge and capability gaps that need to be filled.


Here are some of the research studies we have conducted over the past few years:


2016


2015


2014


2013


Evaluation of IEC’s education initiatives

We pride ourselves on adopting an evidence-based approach to our education work which we achieve through robust evaluations of major initiatives.


Examples include gauging the effectiveness of IEC’s key education programmes:



IEC grant for research into financial education

We also run an annual research grant programme to encourage rigorous research into the area of financial education among fellow financial education practitioners and academics.


Grants up to HKD500,000 are available depending on the scope of the project. A research grant committee consisting of leading local academics and financial education practitioners is formed to assess all applications while the IEC administers and manages the operations.


Learn more about the research grant