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The Black Girl Finance Podcast is a podcast dedicated to our money minded sisters. We want to create a safe place for women to talk about all things money and finances to assist black women as they work on hitting their individual financial goals!
Created by award winning online financial influencer Selina Flavius founder of Black Girl Finance - www.blackgirlfinance.co.uk

Black Girl Finance Selina Flavius

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    • 4.9 • 8 Ratings

The Black Girl Finance Podcast is a podcast dedicated to our money minded sisters. We want to create a safe place for women to talk about all things money and finances to assist black women as they work on hitting their individual financial goals!
Created by award winning online financial influencer Selina Flavius founder of Black Girl Finance - www.blackgirlfinance.co.uk

    Podcast/life update - the podcast is back for 2023

    Podcast/life update - the podcast is back for 2023

    During this episode we share the reason for the break in podcasting in 2022. Trigger Warning - Discusses Bereavement. We also discuss plans for the podcast and for Black Girl Finance Moving forward. Charities mentioned include Cruse Bereavement and Widowed and Young.

    • 12 min
    Money and relationships

    Money and relationships

    This week we are preparing for valentines day and talking about money and relationships. 



    Selina shares her views on young women being expected to give up their hopes, dreams and goals for a relationship, based upon some social media posts she has seen recently asking for advice. She is also discussed who should split the bill on a date, how to discuss money in a relationship and sharing a bank account.  It's a very personal episode you may disagree with.  Let us know what you think about the Spotify polls. 

    This weeks episode is sponsored by the investing research app - Genuine Impact -  you'll get 14 days free trial to all Premium features, no card required. Plus, use my link below and you get an extra 1-month free Premium (worth £8)!

    https://genuineimpactapp.page.link/3h9X

    Don't forget to subscribe, like and share this episode. 

    • 31 min
    Molly Mae, financial privilege and Bad energy (naughty OVO energy)

    Molly Mae, financial privilege and Bad energy (naughty OVO energy)

    Welcome back to episode 2 of the Black Girl Finance Podcast. 



    This week we are talking about financial privilege and privilege in general, a conversation sparked by the now infamous Molly Mae conversation with Steven Barlett on his Diary of a Ceo podcast. I share my thoughts. 



    The second topic is the customer service failure from OVO energy. At a time when people are anxious about the imminent rising cost of energy bills amongst other financial strains, it's not the kind of customer service email you expect to get signed off, but it did, so let's explore. 



    This weeks episode is sponsored by the investing research app - Genuine Impact -  you'll get 14 days free trial to all Premium features, no card required. Plus, use my link below and you get an extra 1-month free Premium (worth £8)!

    https://genuineimpactapp.page.link/3h9X



    Don't forget to like, subscribe and share.



    If you are listening or Watching on Spotify (apologies I will get dressed up for next weeks episode, oh maybe not, who knows). 

    • 22 min
    Welcome back from Ghana - Our top finance tips from last year?

    Welcome back from Ghana - Our top finance tips from last year?

    Welcome back to Season Three of the Black Girl Finance Podcast. 



    This week Selina has seen you all on the 'gram' - are you back from Ghana yet? If yes have a listen. If you are still in Ghana have a listen.  We are so happy to be back for season three and we start by discussing the past year. The financial news has been tedious, to say the least. Constant talk of inflation, energy bill rises, bank of England base rate rises, we give some tips on how to handle these financial stressors. 

    We also discuss some financial news - the story of Elisabeth Holmes and the downfall of her Blood testing Theranos. Plus many other financial topics. Have a listen and if there are any podcast topics you like to discuss send an email to office@blackgirlfinance.co.uk

    This weeks episode is sponsored by the investing research app - Genuine Impact -  you'll get 14 days free trial to all Premium features, no card required. Plus, use my link below and you get an extra 1-month free Premium (worth £8)!


    https://genuineimpactapp.page.link/3h9X



    Don't forget to like, subscribe and share. 

    • 32 min
    Angel investing (investing in startups) with Andy Ayim MBE

    Angel investing (investing in startups) with Andy Ayim MBE

    This week we are joined by the genius tech, start up investor and founder of Angel Investing School Andy Ayim to talk all about his career and how he got into tech and angel investing which lead him to eventually found his business the Angel Investing School. Which teaches people from underrepresented backgrounds how to invest in startups. This week we are doing a give away one lucky listener will get the chance to win a place at his Angel investing school (the classes are in the evening and virtual, once per week for 6 weeks). For more details of the school visit the link https://angelinvestingschool.com/ listen to the end of the episode for details of how to win a place at the school. Don’t forget to like, share and subscribe to the podcast.

    • 52 min
    Economic Abuse

    Economic Abuse

    In today's episode, I am joined by Jasbinder Kaur who is a training officer from the charity https://survivingeconomicabuse.org/.  With this episode we aim to help our listeners understand what economic abuse actually is, recognise the signs of economic abuse, and find out what support is available should a listener be experiencing economic abuse themselves, suspect someone you know may be experiencing economic abuse, or if you are an organisation that may have customers experiencing economic abuse that you are able to recognise the signs and support your clients.  Economic abuse can impact people from all walks of life and all backgrounds, however, as we discuss with Jasbinder perpetrators can play on existing vulnerabilities, for example, someone who has vulnerable immigration status, or someone from LGBTQ plus community.  Please do check out the Surviving economic abuse website for further resources.  https://survivingeconomicabuse.org/

    • 44 min

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