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What happened during TFI’s Summit 2020

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Posted on December 23, 2020

From initiative to movement: help us achieve a financially healthy society.

On December 17, we held virtually the 4th edition of TFI’s Summit. The event presented relevant solutions, the latest research, new ideas and creative thinkers.

If you missed our Summit, you can now access the recordings and the presentations slides online.

Setting the scene: defining financial health and TFI’s impact so far – with Pinar Abay (Head of ING Market Leaders) and Hans Honig (Chief Executive Officer at Deloitte Netherlands)

What has been achieved so far? Presenting TFI’s vision and how it relates to the direct and indirect assets of TFI.

Research and innovation:

Anastasiya Ghosh, Associate Professor of Marketing at Eller College of the University of Arizona.

Read Anastasiya Ghosh's report.

Bram van den Bergh, Associate Professor of Marketing at the Erasmus University Rotterdam.

How to turn insights into innovation with start-ups Monkee, Dyme, Tully and pirkx.

From research to communications: how ING Romania turned research insights into marketing campaigns. With Erna Vitalariu.

TFI’s future approach: from global to local & from holistic to specific. With Joep Arends and Stefan van Woelderen.

How to apply behavioural science in business, hosted by BehaviouralEconomics.com. With Alain Samson (founder of BehavioralEconomics.com and Chief Science Officer at Syntoniq), Julia Nafziger (Professor in Economics at Aarhus University, Denmark) & Dennis Hummel (former researcher at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology).

Up for change! A platform initiated by the Dutch Ministry of Finance to enhance financially healthy consumer decisions.

How to Become a Financial Health Business – hosted by the Financial Health Network. With Marisa Walster, Senior Director and Business Strategy Lead at the Financial Health Network.

Final panel discussion: how to achieve a financially healthy society - with Pinar Abay (Head of ING Market Leaders), Hans Honig (Chief Executive Officer at Deloitte Netherlands) and Michael Haliassos (Center for Economic Policy Research).