As the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to be felt across Australia, ASIC’s Financial Capability team are looking at ways we can support the Financial Wellbeing Network during this time.
As part of International Women’s Day, we want to highlight two examples of amazing work that is increasing girls and women’s financial confidence to help them secure their financial futures.
Be the Boss is about tackling the taboo subject of money up close and personal, the journey of self-discovery and growth and giving participants the confidence to get in control of their finances.
ADA Australia talk about their new Supporting Financial Decisions videos for people living with intellectual disability and their supporters.
Insights into the Australian Financial Security Authority’s new initiatives for dealing with unmanageable debt.
Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon talks to Felicia Daisy about supporting local indigenous youth to be financially capable.
WHIN discuss their Let’s Talk Money program to support the economic empowerment of migrant and refugee women.
Insights on the shift of digital technology into low-income households and the increasing formalisation of online financial practices.
Five key principles to consider when redesigning for a wellbeing economy.
ASIC has commenced work on a shared impact monitoring and evaluation framework.
Reflections on retirement housing decisions and the need for improved financial literacy for senior Australians and financial advisors.
Heidi from our Financial Capability team highlights a selection of research papers on financial wellbeing.
Dr Phil Lambert PSM discusses financial capability education and how agencies, organisations and individuals can help.
ASIC Senior Executive Leader, Laura Higgins, discusses what it’s like being responsible for helping Australians take control of their financial lives.
WIRE publishes their new digital toolkit, Woman & Money, developed for financial sector professionals.
Research from RMIT University and Autism CRC looks at how organisations can provide a better financial future for autistic individuals.
Air Commodore Robert Brown AM shares his insights on the state of financial advice.
This year the national survey includes an important benchmark for financial capability research.
A financial counsellor at The Salvation Army’s Moneycare discusses what life is like helping people get on top of their money.
Rebecca Hendry explains the logic in businesses stepping aside so customers can show them how it can be done better.
Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon chats to some newlyweds about the ins and outs of financial teamwork.
The Strategy outlines why building financial capability matters and how we are going to deliver on our vision.