We get it… finance can be boring, so we run engaging events, online workshops and courses with the best experts in the industry to breakdown and demystify financial jargon on a range of topics from investing, building an emergency fund, insurance, pensions, debt, budgeting and more.
Still today, there is still a massive financial gap when it comes to women and their salary, pension and investments. This has a massive impact on a women’s future. We are passionate about educating women so they can control life on their own terms.
We want to see a future where women are in control of their finances so they can be empowered to make any choice they want. It all starts with the right education…
Things really took off from there and Ladies Finance Club (formerly She’s on the Money) was born in London in 2018. Since then Ladies Finance Club has had over 10,000 women attend an event, webinar or workshop and has partnered and run corporate workshops with the likes of Financial Times, Vanguard, Fidelity International, Deloitte and Microsoft.
Molly Benjamin was not very good with money. Although she had been working in the financial sectors for national and international companies for most of her career such as Barclays, the Financial Conduct Authority and the Bank of Queensland as a communications and events specialist. In fact, over a glass of prosecco with her gal pals she realised they were all a bit #clueless when it came to their personal finances. As an experiment, Molly put on an info-night in her living room. No big deal, just a few girls, some champagne and a money expert with real-world insights.
They have run corporate workshops with global banks, law firms, fashion houses and technology startups. In 2019, Molly launched Ladies Finance Club in Australia with the same mission to build a tribe of money savvy women. She’s passionate about empowering women to take control of their own finances so they have the freedom to live rich, exciting lives on their own terms.
By day Lisa works at a wealth management firm in the City of London. She is a Chartered Financial Adviser and also a Fellow of the Personal Finance Society (PFS). This is the highest qualification a financial adviser can hold and less than 2% of PFS members have reached this. Lisa is also a member of MENSA – the high IQ Society with an IQ of 148.
Lisa has worked in Financial Services for over 15 years and is very passionate about spreading the message that money really doesn’t need to be complicated. She set up in 2012 www.missloly.com and also wrote the book Money Lessons for Penguin in 2019. You will find her regularly quoted in the press – most recently as Stylist’s Money Therapist, featured in Red, Elle, Good Housekeeping, Balance, The FT, BBC News and many more.