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Since August 2018, QIU has joined forces with the CIMB Foundation to conduct the BeSmart financial literacy programme. Open to all students at QIU and conducted by professional trainers, it is a three-pronged programme that covers financial management, investment and risk management skills. Its objective is to develop financial independence among university students. By the end of 2019, approximately 200 QIU students benefitted from the programmes’ interactive sessions and activities that include investment simulation games.
QIU, MYFINB DEVELOP MALAYSIA’S FIRST AI FINANCIAL PLANNING PLATFORM FOR SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN
QIU has joined forces with Fintech company MyFinB to develop Malaysia’s first A.I platform for families with special needs.
Called Better Life, Optimisation of Money (BLOOM), the platform assists parents to plan their children’s financial needs based on key expenditures categories including food, transport, education, housing and more. It is slated to be launched in the first quarter of 2020.
BLOOM will help monitor children with special needs’ financial demands while predicting future expenditure and income levels. Most importantly, it will prescribe strategies on how parents can achieve their financial goals with suggested action steps across the short, medium and long term.