Show your fearless support for financial gender equality

Financy is committed to seeing Australia achieve economic gender equality. To help women, business and government take action towards financial progress and equality we invite you to participate in the consultation phase of the Economic Equality Pact 2030.

The Economic
Equality Pact 2030

In developing the Pact, we have researched and considered the views of gender equality thought leaders, as well as the FWX Advisory Committee and many of our strategically aligned organisations.

In committing to this Pact organisations are making a pledge to help close at least six areas of financial inequality, as measured quarterly in the Financy Women’s Index.


Closing the Education gender gap

  • We encourage equal participation of men and women in education and mentor programs that support career development.
  • We provide internship or mentoring programs to girls in years 11 and 12 and at university to support diverse career choices.


Closing the Employment gender gap

  • We provide flexible or remote work arrangements for all staff.
  • We have documented policy to support zero tolerance for gender discrimination or violence against women in the workplace.
  • We have a diverse supply base that includes introducing or adding women-owned businesses as an additional supplier evaluation criteria.


Closing the Superannuation gender gap

  • We provide Super Guarantee payments on parental leave regardless of gender.
  • We provide information or workplace incentives to help female employees contribute more to their balances to help close the gender gap.  


Closing the Leadership gender gap

  • We work to ensure equal representation of at least 40% women in leadership positions within our organisation.
  • We have a proactive internal policy in place to improve gender diversity in leadership.


Closing the Unpaid Work gender gap

  • We offer non-gendered and equal paid parental leave to all parents.


Closing the Gender pay gap

  • We have a proactive and documented policy to support reducing gender pay gaps where they exist within our organisation.
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6 organisations signed up to the Economic Equality Pact 2030 when it first launched in September 2021. These Foundation Signatories continue to be key supporters of the Pact, and gender diversity initiatives in Australian workplaces. 

Centre for Women’s Economic Safety

Centre for Women’s Economic Safety

The Centre for Women’s Economic Safety is currently an unincorporated organisation operating on a not-for-profit basis. It is auspiced by Domestic Violence NSW Service Management, a registered charity and public benevolent institution endorsed as a deductible gift recipient (DGR).

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BPW Australia

BPW Australia is a community of women working to end gender inequity. Our members share an interest in the issues that affect working women in Australia and around the world today.  BPW Australia is affiliated to BPW International, which  has consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) and has expert and experienced representatives accredited to most United Nations agencies. 

Advancing Women in Business & Sport

Advancing Women in Business & Sport

Australian based, globally focused, research, consulting and advisory firm. Assisting clients in both sport and industry to move their inclusion, belonging and gender action goals from conversation to action.


Femeconomy educates consumers, budget owners and business owners on how purchasing decisions can create gender equality.

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Rare Birds

Rare Birds offers world-class mentoring programs that are fully managed and measured for both small businesses and corporate organisations.

Sofra Partners

Founded by Terry Sofra in Shepparton Sofra Partners is a contemporary accounting firm providing business and taxation services. Since establishment in 1996, the firm has expanded with an experienced team that provides service to clients across Australia from both our Shepparton and Melbourne offices.



Read through the Economic Equality Pact and ask yourself, can my organisation make the pledge to help make these points a reality by 2030. If yes (and we hope it is) contact Financy about signing the Pact and send us your company logo to get started.

Yes! We want to hear what you are doing to meet the commitments of the Economic Equality Pact 2030. Plus we also want to know if you are going above and beyond. Once we have this information from you, and once we see this in action, we can promote your efforts on our platform.

The Economic Equality Pact 2030 is aligned to the key areas of financial inequality identified in the Financy Women’s Index. In developing the Pact we researched the measures that are likely to be effective in moving the dial on progress. We reviewed these measures with the members of the Financy Women’s Index Advisory Committee and with the Centre for Workplace Excellence at UniSA. Financy also opened this Pact up to a two month public consultation period prior to inviting signatories.

The Economic Equality Pact 2030 is open to organisations of any size, who wish to take a stand in support of gender financial equality.  Only an authorised person from an organisation can sign the Pact.


Show that your organisation is committed to changing the game on gender equality.