Founded by Secret Millionaire, Gill Fielding

About Gill Fielding

About Gill Fielding

Gill Fielding is a self-made millionaire with a no-nonsense, positive approach to finance and a personal mission to educate the nation in managing and improving their own financial position. She is best known for her appearance on Channel 4’s The Secret Millionaire when she gave away nearly £250,000 to good causes.


Gill is a naturally gifted presenter and a dynamic, humorous and motivational speaker who appears regularly on television and radio programmes and in the national newspapers. She has spoken in all five continents on macro-economic affairs, wealth creation, financial education and investing skills as well as on personal finance and motivational and inspirational topics. Gill is outspoken on the current state of the UK property market and is actively involved in the debate regarding the future of housing in the country.

As well as being a ‘Secret Millionaire’ on Channel 4, Gill Fielding has been a Celebrity Egghead (BBC 2); a guest at the Hotel GB (Channel 4) and a business expert on The Apprentice – You’re Fired show (BBC2). Gill is currently a financial expert for a monthly phone-in show on BBC radio and has also contributed to ITN and Channel 4’s election coverage. She also makes regular appearances as a financial commentator for the BBC, ITV and CNBC channels as well as appearing in many other TV shows around the world.
In 2009, Gill co-founded and owns which she set up in order to help anyone achieve what she describes as 'Financial Freedom.' She has also written and presented a number of books and a DVD entitled Riches, where she shares her Seven Secrets of Wealth and aims to help people to transform their lives. Gill's mission is to light the spark of financial opportunity for all.

From humble roots in London's East End, Gill discovered and used her own resources to eventually achieve financial freedom for herself and her family. She is a qualified Chartered Accountant, runs several businesses and has held several high-profile roles in the City.


Gill Fielding is an eager supporter of many worthwhile causes and still supports all the families she met as part of the Secret Millionaire process, as well as three national charities: Shelter, Mencap and Make-a-Wish. Gill is also a patron of Worthing and Adur Chamber of Commerce, and has been a Development Board member of RADA (which has included luminaries such as Duncan Bannatyne, and Sir Richard Wilson).