We’ve answered some Frequently Asked Questions below.
What is the Davidson Institute?
The Davidson Institute is an online portal where anyone can access free financial education resources. Our mission is to help you learn more about money management so you can be more confident in making everyday financial decisions and build a better financial future.
Why is it called the Davidson Institute?
The Davidson Institute is named after Sir Alfred Davidson who was the General Manager of the Bank of New South Wales (now Westpac) from 1929 to 1945. Davidson’s forward-thinking approach to finance and enterprise helped form the policies which guided Australia through the Great Depression. As an advocate of life-long learning, he is a fitting figurehead for our financial education team, the Davidson Institute.
Who can use the Davidson Institute?
The Davidson Institute is available to anyone who wants to improve their financial knowledge. We have resources suitable for individuals, businesses, and community groups to help improve financial literacy and build stronger more sustainable communities.
How do I contact the Davidson Institute?
You can email our team of financial educators at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I want to learn more about managing my money, can the Davidson Institute help?
We're here to support you on your financial journey. That's why we offer you access to our financial resource centre, the Davidson Institute. Here individuals, businesses, and community organisations, can access financial education on a range of money management topics to better understand their options and improve their financial decision-making skills.
There are resources in a range of learning formats, so you can learn about the topics that interest you, whether it is budgeting, planning for your future or business cash flow management.
The Davidson Institute is available to anyone who wants to improve their financial literacy and financial confidence.