Improving the Pensions Journey for Women


Sep
24
IFF Research, 5th Floor, St. Magnus House, 3 Lower Thames St, London, EC3R 6HD
09:00 for 09:30 until 11:30
E

491 Views

Life & Pensions

The pensions savings deficit is particularly acute for women. Generally lower earnings than men and periods of unpaid caring often translate into poor pension outcomes. What can the industry do to improve the pensions journey for women? Are specific marketing approaches needed for women? How important is gender-based targeting compared with characteristics like the age and income level of clients? How should we tailor communications to boost engagement?

Our panel of experts debates the issues around women’s pensions and ways to address the savings shortfall.

SPEAKERS

Helen O'Donovan, Head of DC Client Communications, Workplace DC Pensions, Legal & General Investment Management
Craig Rimmer, Policy Lead - Mastertrusts, Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association
Anna Sofat, Founder, Addidi
Chair: Hannah Lewis, Founder, Behave London

Anna Sofat

Anna Sofat

Founder

Addidi

Craig Rimmer

Craig Rimmer

Policy Lead - Master Trusts

Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association

Hannah Lewis

Hannah Lewis

Founder

Behave London

Helen O'Donovan

Helen O'Donovan

Head of DC Client Communications

Legal and General

no resources available



Login to post a comment
Join FSF x MEMBERSHIP
OPTIONS