Amanda Cassar has been shortlisted for the Women in Finance Awards 2021.
We are pleased to announce that Amanda Cassar of Wealth Planning Partners has been named as a finalist in the Women in Finance Awards for Entrepreneur of the Year for her efforts in writing the Financial Abuse Specialist coursework.
The finalist list, which was announced on Tuesday, 13 July, features over 250 high-achieving professionals across 28 submission-based categories.
The Women in Finance Awards was founded by Momentum Media in 2017 to celebrate female leaders, role models and future champions within the financial industry.
This esteemed awards program provides a platform for remarkable women leading in their field to be acknowledged and celebrated for their outstanding achievements and contributions to the industry.
This year, the Women in Finance Awards not only celebrates the trailblazers of the industry, but also acknowledges the work of all women within the financial industry for their exceptional effort and dedication to clients during a year of constant change and challenge.
Annie Kane, editor of mortgages at Momentum Media, commented: “Since its inception, the whole concept of the Women in Finance Awards has been to champion and profile the amazing women working in financial services — an industry that has been, and remains, typically male-dominated.
“This year, we were thrilled to see that a record number of people nominated their friends, colleagues and peers for an award, demonstrating the growing outpouring of support for those leading the way — and a desire to create more female role models in this space.
“Congratulations to all of the finalists of the fifth annual Women in Finance Awards who are helping more Australians than ever to manage their financial situations, improve their financial literacy and grow their businesses.
“We look forward to announcing the winners at the annual event in September.”
Amanda Cassar, Director at Wealth Planning Partners, said that she was humbled to be recognised and proud to be named as a finalist in the Women in Finance Awards 2021; especially as it can help raise further awareness of the terrible scourge of financial abuse in the community and the role advisers can play.