Young people's relationship with cash is often intense, promiscuous and short-lived. The third annual education conference of the Financial Services Authority aims to provide information for school and college senior managers, so that pupils aged between 16 and 19 can receive better training in how to spend, save and invest their resources. Apart from keynote presentations by influential speakers from the world of finance, the most interesting sessions are likely to be those in which young witnesses - among them students, entrepreneurs and refugees - describe how they have made money management a matter of common sense and citizenship.
The FSA Education Conference is at Canary Wharf in London on March 12, and costs pound;50 per person. For further details and booking (by February 11) contact Josephine Fallon, Events, FSA, 25 The North Colonnade, Canary Wharf, London E14 5HS. Tel: 020 7676 3284; fax: 020 7676 0063.