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Financial Executive Women (FEW) is currently celebrating a 5 year milestone by completing today at NAB their nationwide learning and development leadership conference. And today at their Melbourne Conference we announced their new initiative FEW Good Men, at this stage we have 17 men already committed and by Christmas we hope to have 100.
In recognition of International Women’s Day, AMP, CBA, NAB, PwC and FEW are including in the conference ticket price a 12 month membership to Financial Executive Women (FEW).
Tizzy Vigilante, IRESS Managing Director of Wealth Management, has joined the Advisory Board of Financial Executive Women (FEW) to help the positive progression of women in financial services.
After 25 years of Executive Search within the Financial Services Industry, Managing Director Judith Beck has announced FRG will no longer be recruiting.
Beck said she and her team will instead be focusing all their energies on FEW and the positive progression of women. It is time to focus on what she is really passionate about, which is helping women get from A to B to achieve their goals.
Financial Executive Women (FEW) and Judith Beck have been shortlisted for the prestigious Women in Finance Awards, partnered by National Australia Bank.
An industry wide Female Leader and Advocacy Program covering financial services are in the running to take out one of Australia’s top industry awards.
We are proud to announce Judith Beck and FEW has been shortlisted as a finalist to win their first award in the Mentor of the Year and category Community Program of the Year category at the 2017 Women in Finance Awards.
The FPA has entered into an alliance with Financial Executive Women (FEW) aimed at advancing the progression of women in the financial planning profession.
Now in its fifth year, FEW was developed to provide support and career advocacy to women within financial services. It has a career advocacy program that is designed to enable women to obtain advice, guidance and support from more experienced and senior women within the financial services industry, thereby helping them to achieve their full potential.
The Financial Planning Association of Australia (FPA) and Financial Executive Women (FEW)
have announced an alliance to advance the progression of women in financial planning.
Commenting on the alliance, FPA CEO Dante De Gori said, “We believe it is vital that we
nurture and grow our profession, by supporting those who commit to high professional
standards, education and ethics as best we can. As part of this, it is also vital that we attract into our profession those who share the same values.”
Mr. De Gori added, “We hope our collaboration with FEW will help foster community, innovation and leadership amongst existing female financial planners, but also encourage more women to choosing financial planning as their profession. Women currently make up 28% of the FPA membership, and only around 20% in the profession, both of which we would like to see increase.
Paul Sainsbury, Wealth Solutions and Customer at AMP, and Geoff Rogers, General Manager MLC Sales at NAB, have both joined Financial Executive Women’s Advisory Board to help the positive progression of women in financial services.
Financial Executive Women (FEW) provides structured career advocacy and support programs to help women progress in their careers through experience, guidance and support. These programs have been developed to ensure that women have the right support to help them achieve their goals.