Australian Government Financial Literacy Board
The Australian Government Financial Literacy Board (commonly referred to as the Financial Literacy Board) is a non-statutory body that provides advice to government and ASIC on financial literacy issues. The Board comprises 13 members appointed by the Assistant Treasurer, usually for a term of 3 years. Members are appointed in their own right, rather than as representatives of particular organisations, and volunteer their services. The Board meets quarterly to discuss financial literacy initiatives as they relate to business, education and the community sector.
Type of Body
D. Advisory Body - Policy and Stakeholder Consultation
Established By / Under
Principal Body / Management Board / Senior Executive Officer
Max No. of Board/Committee Members
Annual Report Prepared and tabled?
1 July 2006
Current board appointments