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Netwealth distribution lead exits
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  MONDAY, 1 JUL 2019
... rating their overall satisfaction as 'very good'. It also recently renewed its sponsorship of financial education platform Banqer for the third year running. The platform aims to boost the financial literacy of school children.
Industry leaders in sales and marketing recognised at MAX Awards
STAFF WRITER  |  FRIDAY, 15 JUN 2018
... Legg Mason - Fixed Income / Brand Bell Direct | Desktop Broker Financial Literacy Campaign of the Year: Netwealth and Banqer - Financial Literacy in Schools Finalists: MLC Corporate Super - Financial Literacy for members Vanguard Australia - Smart Investing ...
Netwealth affirms value of financial literacy
HARRISON WORLEY  |  WEDNESDAY, 23 MAY 2018
Netwealth sponsored financial literacy program Banqer has partnered with 150 schools to deliver financial education to Australian children. Just over a year since the partnership between the platform provider and Banqer began, the program has reached ...
Philanthropy at the heart of planning profession
DARREN SNYDER  |  MONDAY, 27 NOV 2017
... Beyond its ongoing Future2 fundraising efforts, the FPA has forged three new partnerships in 2017 including Cancer Council, Banqer, and Financial Executive Women (FEW), all of whom were represented at the sold-out FPA Congress in Hobart last week. The ...
FPA supports children's financial literacy
KARREN VERGARA  |  FRIDAY, 8 SEP 2017
... partnered with an 'edtech' start-up to help boost financial literacy skills of young Australians. Schools that are referred to Banqer via FPA members will be able to access online interactive programs for students from years one to seven. The initiative ...
Netwealth backing financial literacy in schools
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  WEDNESDAY, 15 MAR 2017
... looking to bring financial education to the classroom through an interactive tool aligned with existing school curriculums. Banqer, designed by a New Zealand start-up of the same name, will be made available to 15,000 Australian students, fully funded ...
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