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Building a Financially Capable America Through Education and Research

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Thinking Money
Thinking Money
Thinking Money

The People We Help

The FINRA Foundation helps Americans build financial stability, invest for life goals and guard against fraud.

The Knowledge We Gain & Share

Research allows us to understand and improve money decisions. The FINRA Foundation connects those who create new knowledge with those who use it.

The Networks We Strengthen

Where do we turn before making important money decisions? The FINRA Foundation empowers its partners to reach people where they live, work and learn.




J. Michael Collins Receives the First-Ever Ketchum Prize

The inaugural Ketchum Prize—honoring Richard G. Ketchum, the former FINRA chairman and CEO—has been awarded to J. Michael Collins of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The $10,000 Ketchum Prize recognizes outstanding service and research to advance investor protection and financial capability in the United States. 


Race and Financial Capability in America: Understanding the Native American Experience

This issue brief from the FINRA Foundation and First Nations Development Institute examines financial capability by race, with a focus on Native Americans. The brief is part of the FINRA Foundation’s Insights series, which uses data from the Foundation’s National Financial Capability Study.