After working in the financial services industry for over 20 years and seeing firsthand the barriers that it can create for women engaging with the industry from the language used, and lack of transparency to structural issues due to the system being predominantly designed and led by men for men, Kristin created Finiver to empower women through knowledge and connections.
We know that:
Globally,feel their wealth manager or private banker misunderstand their goals and cannot empathise with their lifestyle¹
say that dealing with money is stressful and overwhelming²
in the financial and insurance service industry are female.³
Finiver reimagines what it would mean for women to have a true advocate as they engage with the financial services industry following a divorce, death of a spouse or inheritance.
To have theto know that you are receiving tailored to your from whose goals to
Kristin is a respected and connected business leader driving change in financial services.
With a wealth of expertise and experience as a Chartered Accountant and adviser to some of Australia’s best known family dynasties and in professional services firms, including Deloitte, she has helped individuals understand their financial affairs, navigate changes in their circumstances, manage investments and expand their financial knowledge.
Finiver is the culmination of many years of financial experience and a life long desire to empower others through knowledge and connections.
Robert Noyce’s saying that “Knowledge is power. Knowledge shared is power multiplied” is the corner stone of what we do as we believe that sharing knowledge creates a dynamic of transparency, trust and collaboration.
At Finiver we endeavour to provide the rope that guides, connects, and supports individuals to strengthening their financial capabilities, resilience and wellbeing.
We are part of a global movement using business as a force for good.
- “Women and Wealth, A case for a customized approach”, EY, 2017
- “Financial literacy – Women understanding money”, Australian Government Financial Literacy Foundation, 2008
- “The Gender Divide in Financial Services”, Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA), 2019