Women in Finance (WIF) is a not-for-profit association, first established in 1996 in Queensland with the purpose of expanding the networking and professional development opportunities for women working in the finance sector.
Since 1996, WIF has expanded chapters to other states and continues to build a strong member base of professional women across finance, banking, wealth management, stock broking, accounting and legal sectors and related industries. With connections to over 500 professionals and expanding membership, WIF Queensland in 2016 continues to command a dominant presence as a premier networking association in the South East Queensland financial sector.
We align ourselves to core values to CONNECT, INSPIRE and EDUCATE both our members and broader community via the quality of events we host. These core principles allow our members to benefit from not only from connection to new and existing industry members as well as opportunities to access a range of speakers and events to challenge and develop on a personal level.
We are also proud members of our community and each year select a charity to which we raise funds through the support of our members and event attendees. All of our fundraising is directed to the chosen charity.
Welcome to Women in Finance Queensland.
Friday, December 2nd
12pm to 2.30pm
39 Edward St, Brisbane
Tickets available here
Women in Finance presents
The WIF High Tea 2016
Each year Women in Finance QLD hosts the annual High Tea, an opportunity to enjoy a sumptuous High Tea with a glass of bubbles, take in the latest fashions during our runway show, and celebrate the year that was 2016.
Please join us for this very special event and enjoy the opportunity to sit down with your peers and colleagues to close out 2016.
This is an event not to be missed and numbers are strictly limited.
Events since 1996
Women in Finance is run by an amazing team of volunteers in various roles within the finance industry. All are committed to providing you with a wide range of quality events and educational sessions and are always willing to receive feedback and suggestions.
Right now, over 7,000 young Aussies with high care needs are living in aged care facilities, simply because there are few alternatives. A further 700,000 are living at home with loved ones, often with limited support.
Every young person deserves to live a young life; Youngcare is committed to helping young Aussies with high care needs live a life of choice, independence and dignity.
We are supporting Youngcare so they can continue to:
Build more age-appropriate accommodation
Provide grants to help keep young people at home and prevent admission into aged care
Conduct ongoing research and provide a voice to young people with high care needs
Operate the Youngcare Connect phone service, which provides families with much needed information and support.
Together we are working towards a future where no young Aussie has to call aged care home.
Women in Finance select a partner for a duration of two years. Youngcare were selected in May 2015 and we shall be researching a new charity partner in early February 2017. If you would like to submit a proposal for consideration please send your details to