At Financy, we are dedicated to improving financial capability and the economic wellbeing of women

Our mission is to help women financially progress and to live fearlessly. We use data insights to expose financial inequalities and opportunities. We collaborate with like minded organisations to create content, conversations and experiences to drive actionable change and move the score for the better on gender equality. 

Greater workplace diversity is not just good for society and brand image but it helps improve company performance.


Data-Driven. Educational. Actionable.


Purpose Driven Data Insights

Financy is home to the Women’s Index which each quarter, measures the financial progress of women and timeframes to achieving equality with me across a number of areas.


Empowering Women

Financy’s purpose is to inform and empower women to be financially fearless. Fear is often what holds back the progress of women across wealth, work, pay, education, leadership, relationships and on the home front.


Taking Action

We believe anything is possible when we work together, and when we work together we prosper. We are committed to helping organisations and governments take action towards building more gender progressive workplaces and societies. 


Meet Team Financy

Bianca Hartge-Hazelman


Bianca is an entrepreneur and journalist who for the past five years has been busy raising awareness around women’s finance and gender equality through data, content and conversations.

Bianca is also a data analyst and has published extensively on political and business gender financial equality reforms as well as individual actions that impact the financial progress of women.

Neil Hazelman


Neil is an award winning executive creative director, artist, illustrator, designer, advertiser, marketer and brand man. He is also the strategic brains behind brand Financy and The Women’s Index™.

He brings over 25 years industry experience across global markets having worked in New York and London and consulted throughout the Asia Pacific. Neil is also an entrepreneur and the founder of creative cloud agency, We Are Why which brings bespoke teams together to execute on big ideas.


Thought leaders and industry experts across economics, fintech, careers and communications.

Financy is supported by a team of game changing business women, who advise on strategic product and services transformation, execution and growth. This team is proudly helping to shape how Financy assists women and organisations in tackling gender financial equality at home, work and in society.


Kristin Westlake

Kristin Westlake is the founder and principal of PR, marketing and corporate affairs consultancy Continuum Partners, which operates in Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan and mainland China.

Judith Beck

Judith Beck had a stellar career in recruitment as CEO of Financial Recruitment Group, a national executive search firm she founded in 1995. Over her career, she has successfully placed thousands of candidates at senior to managing director level with some of Australia’s most successful financial institutions. In 2012, to follow her passion for helping women achieve, Judith also founded Financial Executive Women (FEW) and was CEO until June 2020. Judith is the author of ‘No Sex at Work’ and is a sought-after speaker and media commentator.
Strategic Advisor

Cathryn Lyall

Cathryn Lyall, Adviser to Seed Space Venture Capital and a Non Executive Director (NED) for Fintech Australia plus many boards including Hutly.

Nicki Hutley

Nicki Hutley is a highly experienced economist with broad-based expertise gained over three decades of practice in financial and investment markets and in economic consulting.
Creative Director

Neil Hazelman

Neil is an award winning executive creative director, artist, illustrator, designer, advertiser, marketer and brand man. He is also the strategist brains behind brand Financy and The Women’s Index™.

Bianca Hartge-Hazelman

Bianca Hartge-Hazelman is the CEO of Financy, and for the past 8 years, has dedicated her time to co-raising three girls with her husband Neil, whilst also advocating for women’s finance progress and gender equality.