The Institute for Policy and Society, in cooperation with Česká spořitelna, organizes a business breakfast on the topic of “Increasing Savings of Czech Households.”
Insufficient household savings and an inability to face unexpected spending of only a third of the average salary still affects a large majority of Czech households. It creates not only an economic problem, but also a political one as the feeling of uncertainty and stringency can have a very negative impact on electoral preferences and decision-making despite the economic boom. The solution is also closely related to the problem of financial literacy.
How to get Czechs to save more and still be happy? Do Czechs have the prerequisites to spend a certain amount of money every month? How could the banks, who have information about their clients payments, provide assistance?
Lenka Dupáková, Deputy Minister for International Relations and Financial Markets, Ministry of Finance
David Navrátil, Chief Economist, Česká spořitelna
Martin Řezáč, Head of the Branch in Czech Republic, Erste Asset Managment
Jan Klesla, journalist, Lidové noviny
This business breakfast is only by invitation.