Event 1: Money week Round table debate. Money Week kicks off with a discussion organised by the banks and the Swedish Bankers? Association at the Royal Coin Cabinet. Stockholm. Money Week kicks off with a discussion organised by the banks and the Swedish Bankers? Association at the Royal Coin Cabinet. The subject is most important: Do young people leaving school, moving from home, have sufficient knowledge about private economy to be able to make the right decisions and avoid ending up over indebted? Panel participants include the Minister for Financial Markets and Consumer Affairs, Per Bolund, the banks? private economists, and high profile representatives from the Financial Supervisory Authority, the Swedish Enforcement Authority, the Consumer Agency, the Swedish National Agency for Education (tbc), the Organisation for Municipal budget and debt advisers, and of course students. The moderator is the well-known media personality Staffan Dopping. The aim is to take a common step forward: Who does what, what can be improved and how do we communicate private economy matters in a way that is engaging for students? Event 2: Money week challenge. 01:00 ? 04:00 p.m. (GMT+1), Stockholm. Event 3: Education in schools throughout the entire week. Ung Privatekonom and Ung Ekonomi eEducates in high schools around Sweden.