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MBA and EverFi Team Up on Financial Literacy Initiative

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Oct 10, 2011

The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) has announced a partnership with EverFi, a financial literacy software company, to bring the latest in new media technology to teach, assess and certify adults in our communities in hundreds of topics in financial literacy. In addition, MBA members will be the first to offer [email protected], the company's new suite of financial literacy platforms for adult customers. "Financial literacy has long been a cornerstone for the MBA and its members," said David H. Stevens, MBA's president and CEO. "This program will use the latest in new media to bring the core concepts of personal finance to life for our member's customers and their families. It will include everything from mortgages, credit scores, savings, planning for retirement and much more." "Our goal is to help lead the way for a new era of financial responsibility and understanding. Using technology, MBA's members will be able to provide hundreds of thousands of their customers with the critical knowledge they need to make strong personal financial decisions." The program, which will launch in December, will allow MBA members to private-label EverFi's programs and provide them to customers, community groups, schools and through other channels in the community. "This is a great day for American consumers," said Tom Davidson, EverFi's chief executive officer. "Our goal at EverFi has been to tie financial literacy to every school, every consumer, every product in the U.S. The commitment today by the Mortgage Bankers Association is going to change lives coast to coast."
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Oct 10, 2011