Morningstar joins FEW as Corporate Partner to provide staff with support now and beyond

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Financial Executive Women (FEW) is proud to announce  Morningstar Australasia Pty Limited, a subsidiary of Morningstar, Inc. (Nasdaq: MORN), a leading provider of independent investment research, as its newest corporate partner.

Judith Beck, Founder of Financial Executive Women (FEW) announced that during a time when companies are not signing on or renewing existing educational sponsorship support programs, that it was rewarding to see Morningstar Australia, recognise the importance of keeping their staff, both women and men, supported during this challenging time.

Recently launched, FEW Connect is a live stream event series, available three times a week for the next 12 months, free to members and staff of corporate partners to stay connected and supported where we discuss various business topics. Morningstar Australia will now be able to provide this service to not only their women, but their men as well.

“We’re thrilled to be supporting FEW and the amazing work they’re doing to help women excel in their careers within financial services,” said Jamie Wickham, Managing Director of Morningstar Australasia. “At Morningstar, we’re committed to creating an inclusive workplace and we look to hire people with diverse backgrounds who share a passion for empowering investor success. Working with FEW will allow us to foster a support system for our employees to help them achieve their full potential and progress in their careers.”

Alex Tullio, who recently came on board as Executive Director of FEW, says she is thrilled to welcome Morningstar as a corporate partner. “It’s more important than ever before that organisations invest in, support and develop their female talent – both senior and future leaders. The future of work is all about being adaptive, being life-long learners and creating a career journey. Women need access to support structures, networks, and the tools to develop and progress their career – whatever that looks like to them. This isn’t a quick fix, this is a journey, and FEW is there every step of the way.”

FEW also welcomes Jamie Wickham, who has over twenty years experience in the financial information and research industry, as part of the FEW Good Men initiative. FEW Good Men is a voluntary mentoring initiative ensuring members at senior levels have the guidance, support and experience to advance their careers to general manager and executive positions.

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