A 14 year-old bank CEO from Peru teaching kids how to save

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Parents used to give their kids a piggy bank to get them excited about saving money. Our Game Changer went a step further. He actually started his own children’s savings bank. And he did it when he was only seven.

Despite his age, he understood the importance of saving money.

He saw children begging and school friends unable to buy stationery and the things they wanted. So it inspired him to help his peers.

Today he is 14 and the CEO of the Bartselana Student Bank in Peru.

Meet Game Changer Jose Quisocala.

Jose’s bank serves over 2,000 clients and offers a variety of financial services. He’s won the international Children’s Climate Prize 2018. And was also nominated three times for the International Children’s Peace Prize.