Webull Partners with Brooklyn Nets and New York Liberty to Further Financial Literacy Initiatives in New York


In order to empower the next generation with financial education resources, Webull, the Official Online Brokerage Partner of the Brooklyn Nets and New York Liberty, hosted a series of six financial literacy panel discussions this spring for nonprofit organizations in the New York area.

Individuals from various community groups were invited to attend pregame panel discussions at Barclays Center to learn money management tactics and equip them with the tools to make smarter financial decisions. Following each event, the groups stayed to enjoy a Nets game. One special conversation took place on the arena's main court with Good Shephard Services and students from universities in the New York area. This particular event was hosted in partnership with EVERFI and featured a discussion with various executives from both EVERFI and BSE Global, parent company of the Nets, Liberty and Barclays Center, who were joined by Nets Legend Albert King.

In addition to Good Shepherd Services, over the course of two months, Webull, the Nets and Liberty welcomed groups from Roc Nation School of Music, Sports, and Entertainment, and The Imagination Project. Additionally, to further support financial education and resources, Webull, the Nets and the Liberty made a $5,000 donation to each organization that participated in the financial literacy event series.

"Webull is committed to furthering financial literacy for young people in our community," said Anthony Denier, President and US CEO of Webull. "We are excited to extend access to tools and resources that set up the next generation of investors for success."

Webull Partners with Brooklyn Nets and New York Liberty
Webull Partners with Brooklyn Nets
Webull Partners with New York Liberty
Financial Literacy Initiatives

Financial education is a shared value between Webull, the Nets and Liberty and last year, the groups came together to launch "Money Matters," a seven-module high-school course covering topics such as credit, borrowing, spending, saving, investing and other real-life lessons. The first-of-its-kind program for Webull was offered free of charge to New York City Public High Schools. This year, 681 students have enrolled in the program.

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