PFS partners with ITN to create financial resilience 'news programme'

Balancing finances post-pandemic

Sophie King
clock • 2 min read

The Personal Finance Society (PFS) has again partnered with ITN Productions Industry News to launch a financial resilience programme to help savers manage their finances in a post-coronavirus world.

The programme, titled Building Financial Resilience, will highlight the importance of competent financial planning, specifically in a pandemic-informed world. Designed as a news programme, the PFS said the show will cover: the benefits of financial education, responsible financial management, rebuilding savings, protection, later life planning, and how to improve outcomes for the most vulnerable. The show will combine sector interviews, news items and sponsored editorial profiles from different finance organisations. In addition, Building Financial Resilience will form part of a co...

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