MONEYWISE – The Role of Banks – 4 to 5 pm for Year 10 and 11 students – Speakers for Schools

MONEYWISE – The Role of Banks – 4 to 5 pm for Year 10 and 11 students

MONEYWISE – The Role of Banks – 4 to 5 pm for Year 10 and 11 students


Age: 14-16

Duration: 1

Industry: Banking

Application deadline: 20/05/2022

Dates: 10/06/2022 – 10/06/2022

Note – please do not share this opportunity with anyone outside of the specified age range for this placement as they will be ineligible to apply

Want to learn about how banks work and the financial services they offer, or understand how interest can impact our finances and how external factors can impact our money?

The Santander MoneyWise programme aims to help you understand money and the principles of good money management, to equip you with the skills you need to manage your money with confidence.

This workshop looks at banks as businesses. You will have the opportunities to consider banking in a digital world, the types of services banks offer and making choices about the services that are important to you.

You will explore how banks make money and the impact the economy can have on your own personal finances, as well as consider some of the problems that both banks and customers face today.

Join us for an interactive session with a Santander employee for a discussion on the role of banks.

This is a one hour session.

This session is run via Zoom. Speakers for Schools will be in touch with all successful applicants with instructions on how to join the session. For any queries, please email experience@speakersforschools.org

When applying, answer the following questions

  • What do you already know about our organisation?

More about what we do:

Santander are a large customer-focused bank and possess the scale and breadth of proposition to challenge the big four UK banks. They serve their customers through digital channels, alongside a network of branches and Corporate Business Centres. They play an important role in the UK economy and in the communities in which they operate. They help people purchase their home, save for the future and support business growth. They employ 23,500 people and paid £309m of corporation tax and £90m through the UK Bank Levy in 2019.

Skills/Experiences You Will Gain:

Listening
 Teamwork

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