Rebecca Pike is Finder's senior writer for money. She joined Finder after almost four years writing for business publications in the mortgage and finance industry, including three years as editor of Mortgage Professional Australia. In her role she led several roundtable discussions with heads of banks and finance institutions, as well as livestream interviews and webinars. Rebecca has presented awards at the Australian Mortgage Awards, as well as the Mortgage and Finance Association of Australia Excellence Awards, for which she was a judge. Rebecca started her journalism career writing for local newspapers in the UK, and has a Masters degree in Multimedia Journalism from the University of Kent.
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