Congratulations to Marisa Broome, one of FEW’s Senior Members, who has been appointed as chair of the Financial Planning Association’s board.
Financial Executive Women (FEW) is proud to announce their newest corporate sponsorship with TelstraSuper, working together towards the Positive Progression of Women.
Financial Executive Women (FEW) and Judith Beck have be shortlisted for the prestigious Women in Finance Awards, partnered by National Australia Bank for the second year running.
We are proud to announce that Judith Beck has been shortlisted as a finalist to win Mentor of the Year and Chief Executive Officer of the Year, whilst FEW has been shortlisted as a finalist to win Women’s Community Program of the Year.
Connie Mckeage, Managing Director of OneVue and one of FEW’s Advisory Board Members was featured in the Ben & Co Issue 20, where they met with six women at the top of their game and celebrated their game-changers, stumbling blocks and bright futures.
Financial Executive Women is proud to welcome PEXA (Property Exchange Australia) to their Corporate Sponsors, working towards the Positive Progression of Women. We would also like to welcome Mike Cameron, Group Executive Customer and Revenue, PEXA to FEW Good Men.
Featured in the 9 July issue of the Financial Standard, Jamie Williamson has written a robust article covering our 2018 Making a Difference Leadership Conference.
Is there sexual harassment in financial services, yes or no?
Judith was recently asked to respond to the announcement of the federal government’s inquiry into sexual harassment in the workplace and if the financial services industry was particularly at risk so we asked our members for their thoughts on the topic.
Judith shares her Top 5 tips for Interviews with Julia Newbold from the Stella Network.
OneVue CEO Connie Mckeage and one of FEW’s Founding Members shares with our friends at CEO Magazine how she is changing the way Australians manage their investments in a digital environment by reducing costs, increasing efficiency and embracing change. By Holly Johnson – CEO Magazine