Australian Finance Rockstars on Twitter

Information verified correct on October 27th, 2016

Looking for people to follow on twitter to improve your ‘twitter experience’? In between blog posts, there are a lot of handy financial tips being shared. Get more value out of the popular micro-blogging service twitter, by following these key Australian personal finance people (a.k.a. rockstars!)

  1. Jennifer Storey (@jenniferest)Jennifer is a personal finance blogger who regularly contributes to Online Banking Review and Banking Review Blog. Follow her tweets for insight in to personal finance (amongst other ramblings!)
  2. Neerav Bhatt (@neerav)Neerav is a professional blogger who can provide you with some great personal finance tips. The money/finance category on his blog features some great articles that are well worth the read.
  3. Gerd Schenkel (@gerdschenkel @ubank)Gerd Schenkel should be acknowledged for his work in challenging the Australian banking industry with banking startup Ubank. The Ubank team maintain a facebook fan page and a YouTube channel which are both worth checking out.
  4. Rob Findlay (@thebankchannel)Melbourne finance blogger Rob Findlay is the man behind the popular finance blog The Bank Channel. His blog posts are very engaging, and you will no doubt gain a lot of value by following him on twitter.
  5. Tom Piotrowski (@tompetrovski)Tom Piotrowski is a market economist / analyst with Commsec. Follow Tom on Twitter and you will get a great top-level understanding of the status of the Australian finance industry. Tom has a funny note in his Twitter profile – “Note: TomPiotrowski was already taken, but I’ve been credited with this name before anyway.” explaining his twitter id not having his real surname.
  6. Charis Palmer (@CharisPalmer)Charis is the editor for Banking Review and Online Banking Review banking and finance blogs. Charis reports on topics including online strategy, security, and technology in the Australian banking industry.

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