Broker’s financial literacy migrant program goes to parliament


The launch of a Melbourne mortgage broker’s 2024 financial literacy program in the Victorian State Parliament House is a bold move toward empowering migrant women.

Decide on Finance Niti Bhargava (above), a Derrimut franchisee who has lived in Australia for the past 17 years after moving there from India, hopes to close the knowledge gap for women who want to buy a home, especially those who have recently immigrated from Southeast Asian nations.

Throughout 2024, the program will host a number of free seminars out of Bhargava’s Derrimut office. Bhargava’s customers learn about Australian banking practices, interest rates, saving strategies, and the house loan application procedure.

“During my career in the finance industry, I have seen an alarming gap in the knowledge of migrant women who often lack understanding when it comes to their financial circumstances, especially those women who have relocated to Australia from countries in Southeast Asia,” Bhargava stated.

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