Survey of Financial Competences
The Survey of Financial Competences is the first survey, representative of the entire Spanish population and of each of its Autonomous Communities, to measure the financial knowledge and attitudes of Spanish adults.
In order to disseminate its results and make them accessible to all citizens, the series of "Survey of Financial Competencies" posts describes its main findings.
- Are Spaniards less financially knowledgeable than the rest of the world?
- The financial inclusion of immigrants in Spain
- Spain's older generation: what are their financial habits?
- Spain's older generation: how do they do on financial literacy?
- Do Spaniards know what "risk diversification" means?
- The financial cushion of Spanish households: For how long could you maintain your current level of spending?
- At odds with your bank?
- Acquiring financial products: do we compare alternatives first?
- Saving and dissaving: what habits do Spaniards have?
- What financial products are most frequently take out by Spaniards?
- What do we Spaniards know about the compound interest rate?
- Is there a gender gap regarding financial knowledge?
- What does the Spanish population kwow about inflation?