Pathway to women's financial independence

Financial inequality continues to be an issue for many women. They are more likely to suffer from financial stress than men, and more women lack confidence in their financial capabilities. Women are also less likely to make long-term financial plans and to actively engage with their super or invest in the stock market.

As passionate believers in the value of advice, we recognise our part in effecting change. We know that financial wellbeing is the fulcrum point of our broader emotional and physical wellbeing, and we want to support financial advisers in maximising their positive impact on women's lives.

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