The lastest BBVA podcasts you may not miss. October 2019
With the new podcast channels from BBVA, you can have access to the latest news about personal finance, fintech solutions, work methodologies and tips to help users make the best financial decisions, and much more.
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- Do we know how to save? We will listen to the best tips to save with this podcast. For this, we have the collaboration of David Carrasco, the commercial and marketing director of BBVA Asset Management.
- What are maths for? Great figures not only of science but also of thought, art, and literature, coincide: mathematics is in everything. We will try to cover the unbeatable, and reflect on the influence on mathematics in our world, how they are taught, how they are applied and why we should all like them.
- Four years promoting the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
- We begin the third season of ‘Blink’ with an exceptional guest: Jorge Sicilia, chief economist of the BBVA Group and director of BBVA Research. In this podcast, Jorge shares with us his vision about the challenges facing the global economy in the coming years
- Migration and remittances, from social to economic impact: The Migration and Remittances Yearbook 2019 is a specific analysis of the behavior of migrants and remittances both in Mexico and in the world.
- Sustainability has dominated the headlines around the world for decades and is only picking up speed. From achieving a sustainable future by local initiatives to campaigns by larger entities here in the U.S. and across the globe.
The values of chess in education
Chess, considered a sport by the International Olympic Committee, is an intellectual game requiring concentration, calculation and the ability to analyse. But the most important thing is that it can be played from the age of three and there is no upper age limit. Discover with BBVA how the values of chess can be used to provide an innovative education.
How do you reconcile financial investment goals with sustainable development goals?
In 2015, the UN adopted a Sustainable Development agenda setting 17 goals that consider in aggregate terms the social, economic and environmental approach that together seek to end poverty and hunger, protect the planet and ensure that humanity enjoys peace and prosperity.