This week's 104 Pensions Buzz respondents agreed that the regulations surrounding chair's statements are too harsh.
Increasing the diversity of the pensions industry will bring in creative and energised thinking, new ideas, and effective debate, says Alison Hatcher.
Know a woman with a great business idea trying to catch the eye of the investment world? Tell them to buckle up, because research suggests they are going to have a problem, writes Laura Miller
Self-employment may work well for those women who bear the brunt of childcare responsibilities, but this can leave them lacking in pension, insurance, and savings provision, says Laura Miller.
Women need greater support to engage with and understand their own wealth as well as their partner's, including preparing for retirement, writes Laura Miller.
Laura Miller looks at how to tackle the lack of visibility of women in financial services
Redington managing director Marian Elliott picked up the Adviser of the Year award at PP’s Women in Pensions Awards. She talks to Holly Roach about her success.
Capital Cranfield client director Judith Maguire scooped the Trustee of the Year accolade at this year’s Women in Pensions Awards. She talks to Holly Roach about her success.
Arc Pensions Law partner Anna Copestake scooped the Pensions Lawyer of the Year award at PP’s Women in Pensions Awards. She talks to Holly Roach about her successes to date.
Skipton Building Society pensions manager Caroline Eastwood scooped the Pensions Manager of the Year accolade at PP’s Women in Pensions Awards. She tells Holly Roach about her success.
London Stock Exchange Group’s Ava Lau won the Pensions Manager of the Year award at PP’s inaugural Rising Star Awards. She tells Kim Kaveh about her successes to date.
Holly Roach talks to LGIM’s Emma Douglas, who scooped the Pensions Woman of the Year award and the Lifetime Achievement accolade at PP’s Women in Pensions Awards
While Amber Rudd will remain in her job as secretary of state for work and pensions, the rest of Boris Johnson's cabinet has experienced a major shake-up.
Pension fund trustees believe their boards are considerably lacking in age and ethnic diversity, a Baker McKenzie survey has found.
The 2nd Women in Pensions Awards were presented by comedian Viv Groskop at a gala dinner at the Hilton London Bankside on 11 July 2019.
Here they are - the winners of the 2nd annual Women in Pensions Awards...
Women's savings are being cut due to part-time work leaving them £105,000 worse off than men in retirement, research conducted by the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI) and Now Pensions revealed.
The industry seems to be full of the same familiar commentators discussing the same old issues. Lesley Carline argues it is time to give a new generation a chance.
The Pension Protection Fund's member payments officer won administrator of the year at PP's inaugural Rising Star Awards. He tells Kim Kaveh about his successes.
Younger voices on trustee boards are becoming increasingly required - and important - to "reflect and respond to savers' needs", according to the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association's (PLSA) Caroline Escott.
Just over a third of women claim they do not have a pension plan compared to 17% of men, a Willis Owen survey has found.
The number of women participating in a workplace pension has increased by 70% since auto-enrolment (AE) began, analysis by Equiniti reveals.
Improved diversity on master trust boards can enable greater understanding of wider socioeconomic circumstances, argues James Phillips.