Akiko will help you increase your financial security by teaching you how finance, banking, business and accounting works.

“Adults and teenagers in the U.S. – and worldwide – are massively ignorant about financial literacy. Often it is a real struggle for them to grasp the basic concepts of how interest rates, inflation, bonds, stocks and how to assess investment risks. Through her high-value video tutorials, Ms. Kato offers a viable solution to this problem. She delivers a wealth of conceptual knowledge in a language that can be easily understood by anyone who for the first time approaches the subject of finance. As a former Wall Street executive, I highly recommend these courses to anyone seeking to establish a strong foundation of financial literacy.”

Claudio Pannunzio

“The Finance U course on banking was excellent. I liked it since the course was concise and to-the-point. The pacing and content was just right: not too fast and now too slow. The video was effective in teaching banking concepts and I walked away with greater knowledge of the industry.”

Sal Rotondo

“Akiko Kato has created a website where financial novices like me can learn basic concepts about investing that are clearly stated, easily understood, and readily applied to individual circumstances. I particularly liked the opportunity to test my new knowledge at the end of each section, making sure I had absorbed the information necessary for advancing to the next chapter.”

Julie Dolphin

“As a student who juggles a part-time job, an internship, and school, I found Finance U’s video lessons to be very flexible to my schedule. The short and concise lessons reinforced the foundation of my knowledge in finance and the ability to jump in to a lesson whenever, and wherever made learning more accessible and easy to approach.”

Danny Park

“I enjoyed watching and learning from the Financial U courses. I believe that the courses give one a good explanation and understanding of financial concepts, banking and financial statements which are important in working with businesses as well as running businesses.”

Ann Kahng