Effie Zahos

$5,000-$10,000
Australia - NSW

Effie Zahos is one of Australia’s leading personal finance commentators with more than two decades of experience in consumer finance topics including banking, finance and property.

Starting from the ground up, as a graduate trainee for one of Australia’s major banks, she moved from corporate to TV in 1997, kick- starting her career in journalism as head researcher for Channel Nine’s successful Money Show.

As editor of Money magazine and a regular finance expert on the Today Show, Effie specialises in helping individuals to get ahead through personal finance tips and consumer banking awareness.

She’s also a regular on radio stations across Australia and an author of a children’s financial literacy book, The Great $20 Adventure.

She has a degree in Economics from the University of Queensland.

Effie is also the proud mother of two children who are now reformed spenders.

Topics include

  • Consumer Insights and Advocacy
  • Industry Consumer Trends
  • Personal Wealth Tools
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