Building Stairs to Success in Finance.
For many years, the finance industry was believed to be dominated by men. However, that isn’t the case anymore. As trends started changing, women donned several hats to prove their mettle in the finance sector.
Earlier, business leaders were unsure about having a career in finance. Of course, because of the financial crisis and bankruptcy of 2008, more and more leaders kept their way from finance. But rising in such a field, businesswomen are shining in the financial leadership roles. It is because of their vision and approach towards coordination with the clients and solving their problems related to finance.
Their success says it all; the dedication and passion for consistently growing the company and themselves stands as their best quality. They are committed to bringing the change and reaching out to clients with the best financial advice and solutions. Their leadership style includes communicating with the right expert and building the best solutions for the clients. Even in these challenging times of pandemic, they virtually discuss the financial topics and support the company in every possible way.
Businesswomen have many tasks in the financial industry, and building long-lasting relationships are their best way to grow. Their contribution is worth appreciating to provide authentic advice on becoming a strong and successful leader. In this ever-evolving finance industry, they have evolved along with the changing times by staying updated with the technology. Today, they are helping create employment, education, startups, and assisting the big industries and governments.
To recognize and appreciate the contribution of such businesswomen, Insights Success comes up with its upcoming edition — The 5 Most Influential Women in Finance, 2021. Through this edition, we share the business journeys, challenges, and achievements of these leaders.
On the Cover of this edition is Sue Hayter, the Founder of Quality Financial Group Pty Ltd. A broker since 2004, Sue has used her experience and excellent industry record to become a leader in her field. She shares her knowledge and expertise to empower the brokers to fulfil their dreams of being self-employed and self-sufficient business owners.
As an experienced mortgage broker, Sue started mentoring brokers in 2010. To support the brokers, she authored the Quality Financial Group Mentor Programme which has been assessed by the Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia and the Finance Brokers Association of Australia and is recognised and approved as a mentor programme for new to industry brokers.
As exciting as this edition, equally interesting is the CXO written by the industry experts and the article by the in-house editorial team.