Sectoral programs are the programs and actions developed by CONEF members that are aligned with the guidelines proposed by ENEF. These programs are governed by the objectives and roles played by each institution.
SEE BELOW THE SECTORAL PROGRAMS OF THE NATIONAL FINANCIAL EDUCATION STRATEGY:
Central Bank of Brazil
Federal authority, linked to the Ministry of Finance, whose mission is to ensure the stability of the purchasing power of the currency and a sound and efficient financial system.
CVM – Securities and Exchange Commission is an entity whose objective is to regulate and supervise the Brazilian securities market and inform the public about the sector.
PREVIC – National Superintendency of Complementary Social Security Plans is a supervision and inspection body of the Financial System, with the Pension Funds as its object.
SUSEP – Private Insurance Superintendence is the body responsible for controlling and supervising the insurance, open private social security, capitalization and reinsurance markets.
Ministry of Finance
The School of Finance Administration promotes through programs and training events partnerships that benefit the management of public finances.
Ministry of Education
For 80 years, the Ministry of Education has sought to promote quality education, through a systemic vision of education, with integrated actions.
Public institution whose mission is to guarantee protection to the worker and his family, through a public system of social security policy.
Superior body of the Brazilian federal administration dealing with matters related to legal order, citizenship and personal guarantees.
ANBIMA – Brazilian Association of Financial and Capital Market Entities is the entity that represents the segment of financial institutions that operate in the capital market.
B3 – Brazil, Bolsa, Balcão is one of the largest infrastructure providers for the world’s financial market in terms of market value, offering services of negotiation (stock exchange), post-negotiation (clearing), over-the-counter operations and vehicle and property financing registration.
CNseg – National Confederation of General Insurance Companies, Social Security and Life, Supplementary Health and Capitalization is the institution that coordinates policy actions, elaborates strategic planning and represents the insurance segment before government, society and entities and various sectors.
FEBRABAN – The Brazilian Federation of Banks is the entity whose commitment is to strengthen the financial system and its relations with society, in addition to contributing to the economic and social development of Brazil.