Inclusion Plus identified 50 innovative solutions working to improve access to quality financial services in Australia. Five finalists competed at the final event on August 16, 2018, and our judges voted on the winners. See their projects below.
Good Shepherd Microfinance’s Financial Inclusion Action Program (FIAP) is a globally-unique program that leverages organizations across multiple sectors to commit to practical actions to address financial inclusion.
Hip Money is a Brisbane-based fintech company that creates software to improve the financial health and wellness of Australians by helping them understand the long-term impact of savings.
MoneyPlace is an innovative personal lender designed to give borrowers better and fairer deals, using risk-based pricing to provide personalized interest rates.
Roll It Super has re-imagined superannuation by combining financial wellness, rewards, and super. Theirs goal is to increase employee savings by $1 billion within three years.
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