Women talk money campaign launched by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), which consists of a series of videos featuring five influential and inspirational Australian women chatting about their experiences with money to help motivate and inspire other women to take action with their own finances.
Women face specific challenges when it comes to managing their money. Many women take time out of the paid workforce to care for others, which reduces their retirement savings. With a longer life expectancy than men, this often puts women in a particularly vulnerable position when it comes to their finances.
To address these financial challenges, ASIC’s Laura Higgins sat down with five influential and inspirational Australian women to chat about their money experiences and to encourage all women to have their own money conversations with friends and family. The women featured in the videos are:
- Faustina Agolley: TV host, actor and DJ
- Jane Caro: Social commentator and author
- Shivani Gopal: Founder, The Remarkable Woman
- Sarah Moran: Co-founder and CEO of Girl Geek Academy
- Kate Ritchie: Actress and radio host.
Watch the Women Talk money videos care of MoneySmartAu Published on Aug 8, 2018. In these videos, four prominent Australian women share their money stories, with a focus on:
- managing money day-to-day
- planning and saving for the future
- making informed financial decisions.
ASIC’s Laura Higgins sat down with TV host, actor and DJ Faustina Agolley to hear her money story and discuss the importance of setting clear financial goals.
Author and social commentator Jane Caro sat down with ASIC’s Laura Higgins to discuss her experiences with money and what’s next as she plans for life after work.
In this video, Sarah Moran, co-founder and CEO of Girl Geek Academy, talks tp ASIC’s Laura Higgins about establishing and developing good money habits in her business.
In this video, actor and radio host Kate Ritchie discusses her money story and the advice she’d give her younger self about dealing with money with ASIC’s Laura Higgins.
The Women talk money campaign is designed to:
- highlight some of the major challenges women face around money
- inspire women to share their own money stories and experiences with their friends and family
- motivate and inspire Australian women to actively engage with their money and finances
- build Australian women’s financial confidence.