Money Smart Week—St. Louis Metro 2012 Kick-off Breakfast: Keynote Address: Building Savings and Financial Capability

April 01, 2012

The Money Smart Week Kick-off Breakfast served as the inaugural event for 2012 Money Smart Week—St. Louis Metro events. Ray Boshara, community development policy officer at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, was the keynote speaker. The video of his presentation about the importance of financial literacy in fostering household economic stability, as well as the accompanying slides, are available here.

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Ray Boshara
Ray Boshara

Ray Boshara is a senior advisor and assistant vice president of the Institute for Economic Equity at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. He is also a senior fellow in the Financial Security Program at the Aspen Institute. Read more about Ray's publications.

Ray Boshara
Ray Boshara

Ray Boshara is a senior advisor and assistant vice president of the Institute for Economic Equity at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. He is also a senior fellow in the Financial Security Program at the Aspen Institute. Read more about Ray's publications.

Bridges is a regular review of regional community and economic development issues. Views expressed are not necessarily those of the St. Louis Fed or Federal Reserve System.


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