Intesa Sanpaolo S p A: On the occasion of World Savings Day, the Intesa Sanpaolo group promotes the art of saving




Turin, October 23, 2021 – From 24 to 31 October Intesa Sanpaolo, in collaboration with the Museum of Savings and the Group’s foreign banks, to celebrate World Savings Day, promotes L’arte del risparmio (The art of saving), online and in-person visits and educational activities for students and adults in its various offices.

The aim is to promote financial literacy and to sensitize young people and adults to the importance of acquiring basic skills for adequate and informed financial management.

The Savings museum offers educational and creative activities for schools of all levels as well as activities for adults and families. On Sunday October 24 and Sunday October 31, entry will be free for all. Some of the Museum’s best-known educational workshops will be offered at museums with which it has active partnerships, including the EXPLORA Museum in Rome (“How much do the vows cost”, 24/10) and the Ceramics Museum in Mondovì (“Let them recycle. Kid-friendly recycling”, 10/31).

The foreign banks of the International Banks Division of the Intesa Sanpaolo Group participating in the initiative are Alexbank in Egypt, Banca Intesa Beograd in Serbia, Privredna Banka Zagreb in Croatia, CIB Bank in Hungary, Eximbank in Moldova, Intesa Sanpaolo Bank in Albania, Intesa Sanpaolo Bank in Romania, Intesa Sanpaolo Banka in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Bank Intesa Sanpaolo in Slovenia. They will all offer a wide range of local initiatives dedicated to schools, women, customers, employees and their children, exploring topics such as the basics of finance and savings, the risks of online shopping. , digital identity protection and conscious management. resources, including in environmental terms. The activities, offered at the same time in personand online, will continue through the first weeks of November.


ACTIVITIES FOR SCHOOLS – From October 25 to 29, 2021


Primary, middle and high school classes can book thematic guided tours of the Savings Museum, subject to availability.

Through animated videos, apps, theatrical animations and movie clips, you can learn about topics like: the history of money, speculative bubbles, major financial crises, entrepreneurship, financial instruments and many others available on

Intended for: primary schools, colleges, high schools

Duration: physical presence 90 minutes / online 50 minutes


The Museum offers elementary and secondary schools the opportunity to participate free of charge in the I’M NOT FALLING FOR IT and WISE UP! developed in collaboration with experts from the Cybersecurity department of Intesa Sanpaolo as part of the “Raise your Antennae” project, aimed at raising students’ awareness of the challenges of protection against digital risks and the security of digital payments.


Divided into teams (FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM, SNAPCHAT, TIKTOK and TWITTER), the children will have to solve different challenges: Which attachment to open ?; Invent a secure password; Choose data to create a social profile; Use an antivirus program.

Connection can be established in the classroom through an interactive whiteboard and an Internet connection. Targets: primary schools and colleges

Duration: 50 minutes

Booking procedure

For guided tours as well as for online workshops, registration required by email to [email protected] indicating the name of the school, the class concerned and the teacher’s contact details.


October 25 and 28 (6 p.m. to 7 p.m.)


The initiative, created by the Museum of Savings and the Banca dei Territori Division of Intesa Sanpaolo, in collaboration with Taxi 1729, a training and scientific communication company made up of young mathematicians and physicists, aims to bring people closer to financial education in a simple and clear way. Topics include hindsight, adapting to change and dealing with uncertainty.

For more information:

October 24 (10:00 am-11:30am)


A special edition of the Museo del Risparmio workshop “Quanto costano i desideri” (“How much do vows cost”) for children from 6 to 10 years old in collaboration with Explora, the Children’s Museum of Rome. Through animated reading of excerpts from the fable “Arco & Iris in South America”, boys and girls will understand the importance of economic independence and a harmonious relationship with money to achieve their dreams.

Small games and exercises will follow from the “Paghetta & CO” guide to reflect on the notion of savings, the value of objects (price) and the source of the money (work). At the end, each child will be able to try out the brand new Test & Fun station and talk to the For & Mica mascots to learn more about their relationship to money.

Financial Literacy Month gadgets will be distributed to all participants.

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Intesa Sanpaolo

Intesa Sanpaolo is Italy’s leading bank and one of the strongest and most profitable banks in Europe. It offers commercial banking, corporate investment, asset management and insurance services. The Intesa Sanpaolo group has approximately 13.5 million clients in Italy who are assisted through digital and traditional channels and 7.2 million clients abroad with subsidiaries operating in commercial banking in 12 Central European countries and Eastern and Middle Eastern and North African regions and an international network of specialists in supporting client companies in 25 countries. Intesa Sanpaolo is recognized as one of the most sustainable banks in the world. For the Group, creating value means being an engine of growth, for the benefit of society and the economy. In terms of the environment, the Group has set up a fund of 6 billion euros for the circular economy. Intesa Sanpaolo supports major economic inclusion and poverty reduction projects, including a € 1.5 billion impact fund for loans available to social groups who have difficulty accessing credit. Intesa Sanpaolo is heavily involved in cultural initiatives, organized by the Bank or in collaboration with other entities in Italy and beyond. These include permanent and temporary exhibitions presenting the impressive artistic heritage of the Bank at the Gallerie d’Italia, the Group’s museums located in Milan, Naples, Vicenza and soon Turin.



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