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Teenagers ‘make your views known on bankers pay and bonuses’

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Following the launch of the annual ifs Young Business Writer of the Year competition Meg Munn MP has urged teenagers living in Sheffield Heeley constituency to enter and make their views known about bankers pay and bonuses. The competition encourages teenagers to test their writing skills by writing a 1,000 word article with the headline, "Bankers rewards - asking for trouble?"


This national competition is open to all UK school and college students aged between 14 and 19. As well as the title “ifs Young Business Writer of the Year”, the winner will also receive a 500 cash prize.


Meg Munn said


“This competition achieves two admirable goals it encourages young people to think about business & finance and also helps to foster an interest in writing. I urge teenagers in Sheffield Heeley to take part and wish them every success.”


Rod McKee, Head of Financial Capability at the ifs School of Finance, said; 


“We are pleased that Meg Munn MP has highlighted some of the benefits of this popular competition and urged her constituents to submit an entry. Issues relating to bankers rewards can be complex and contentious so it will be interesting to read local teenagers views.”


Anyone aged between 14 and 19 who want to enter has to e-mail their article (which must not exceed 1,000 words) to ybwy@ifslearning.ac.uk between now and the competition closing date of Monday 11 January 2010.


For more information visit www.financialcapability.co.uk


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