FINANCIAL EXECUTIVE WOMEN (FEW) CONTINUES TO EXPAND ITS CORPORATE SPONSORS TOWARDS POSITIVE PROGRESSION OF WOMEN

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Financial Executive Women (FEW) is proud to announce its newest corporate sponsorship with IRESS, Australia’s leading supplier of unified technology solutions to the financial markets, wealth management, superannuation and mortgage sectors.

FEW was developed to provide a structured Career Advocacy Program along with day to day support for women within Financial Services to ensure members have all the support they need to progress forward in their career. FEW members obtain experience, guidance and support from more experienced members to help them achieve their full potential. FEW’s positive progression of women is supported by several of Australia’s major financial institutions.

FEW Welcomes IFM Investors as Corporate Sponsors

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We are proud to continue to expand our partnership with some of Australia’s most respected financial institutions and we are excited to announce that IFM Investors have become Diamond Corporate Sponsors of FEW. Over the past three years we have seen the continued value provided by the support of Corporates towards the positive progression of women in financial services. Thank …

FEW Welcomes PwC

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We are excited to announce that PwC have become Diamond Corporate Sponsors of FEW. The support of Corporates is very important for the positive progression of women. Thank you PwC for your support, we look forward to working with you. Regards Judith.

FEW Welcomes UBS As A Corporate Sponsor

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We are so excited to announce that UBS have become Corporate Sponsors of FEW. The support of Corporates is very important for the positive progression of women. Thank you UBS for your support. Regards Judith Beck, FEW Founder ‘We are delighted to be joining FEW. Women hold many significant roles in UBS Global Asset Management and initiatives like this provide …

FEW Welcomes Macquarie As Corporate Sponsor

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We are so excited to announce that Macquarie have become Diamond Corporate Sponsors of FEW. The support of Corporates is very important for the positive progression of women. Thank you Macquarie for your support. Regards Judith Beck, FEW Founder  

Female finance Executive Body Making Progress

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Financial Observer 12 Nov 2014 By Elizabeth Somerville Financial Executive Women (FEW), an association that empowers females in the financial services sector, has been making inroads with its goal to enable women to reach their full potential through the networking and mentoring opportunities it provides to members. The association, which was established in July 2013, had reached a total of …

To bankers who didn’t get a bonus – you’re not alone

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FINACIAL REVIEW PUBLISHED: 11 Sep 2013 19:22:00 | UPDATED: 12 Sep 2013 09:18:45PUBLISHED: 12 Sep 2013 Lucille Keen Bankers disappointed with this year’s bonus cheques might reconsider a rush for the exits as the grass might not be greener elsewhere, recruiters warned. The Commonwealth Bank of Australia paid bonuses on Tuesday, a month after reporting a record $7.8 billion profit …

Promote female staff on merit – Insurance News Feb 2013

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Insurancenews.com.au 27 February 2013 Women’s career progress in the financial services sector should be based on merit, not quotas, a new industry body says. Quotas are acceptable when a company is selecting graduates but have no place at the senior management level, according to Judith Beck, founder of Financial Executive Women (FEW). “You have 50% girls and 50% boys in …

The case against quotas – Australian Financial Review March 2013

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In an age when equality should be increasing, it’s staggering to see that women are still so far behind their male counterparts when it comes to pay and representation in senior positions. Quotas are often claimed to be the answer. But aside from board and intern positions, I don’t believe they will solve the core issue and, importantly, are not …