In 1957, the Caisses d'Epargne set up the Finances & Pédagogie association with a view to promoting financial literacy among all types of audiences, both young and adult. Twenty-one correspondents based throughout France organize awareness-building and training activities on issues related to money: budgeting, savings, loans, over-indebtedness, banking relations, insurance, young people and money, microcredits, etc.
Recognized for its role in favor of financial inclusion, Finances & Pédagogie works in partnership with the major support networks (the CCAS network, the Secours catholique charity, the FNARS solidarity federation, the French Red Cross, the Restos du Coeur charity distributing food to the needy, etc.).
In 2011, Finances & Pédagogie received official recognition from the French Ministry of Education in its capacity as an educational association playing a role complementary to that of the public education system.