About the founder
Meet Debbie Organ – the founder of ICFG and the woman you want on your side of the negotiating table.
Debbie established ICFG in 1997 with one clear mission: to eradicate the unethical practices that wereplaguing the financial services industry.
Dubbed as ‘the Erin Brokovich’ of the finance and business community, Debbie built her reputation on protecting her clients from unethical contracts, in the process saving them millions of dollars.
Advice you can trust
With a 30 year executive management career in banking and finance, Debbie knows the inner-workings of the banking system better than anyone else.
For the past 20 years she has passionately campaigned for industry regulation and has negotiated on behalf of hundreds of clients across Australia.
ICFG clients include major universities, FMCG brands, councils and government departments as well over 300 licensed clubs and hotels and various not-for-profit groups.
Debbie has been a trusted and long-standing tender manager and advisor to Marrickville council and Tweed Shire Council since the early 2000’s and delivered a procurement tender of $66.8 million for the Ballina Shire Council Wastewater Upgrade.
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Speaking and Facilitation
Debbie is a highly sought after conference speaker and workshop facilitator on the topics of ethical business practices, demystifying finance for business and her personal story of climbing the ladder in the male-dominated banking industry of the 1980s and 90s. Learn more here.
Debbie is also a long-standing advocate and fund-raiser for the disadvantaged, a recipient of the Pride of Australia Award, and a three-time nominee for Business Woman of the Year.
For speaking engagements and media enquiries please email email@example.com
Chair and Non-Executive Director, Easylink Community Transport
Ambassador, Freshwater Community bank (Bendigo)
A bank built for the community, by the community. Bendigo Bank’s Community Bank concept was initiated in the late 1990s in response to major banks withdrawing services from local communities across Australia. Since its inception in 2002, HFS Limited has given back more than $2.6million to its local community.
Learn more at http://www.harbordfinancialservices.com.au/
Debbie Organ Education and Qualifications
2014 – 2015
Diploma of Business (Governance), Institute of Community Directors Australia
2014 – 2014
Certificate IV in Training & Assessment, HBA Learning Centre
1993 – 1996
Master of Business Administration, University of New England
1988 – 1990
Securities Institute Diploma, Securities Institute of Australia
1980 – 1982
Bachelor of Economics, University of New England