Most of this week's 108 Pensions Buzz respondents agreed the pension schemes bill should be reintroduced in its exisiting form.
More women are working in the industry but there is still a way to go, particularly at the senior level. In this roundtable, panellists discuss how to achieve a better gender balance
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.
Gregg McClymont says to really tackle the gender pensions gap, the government must look at measures to improve childcare provision across the UK
The second year of reporting of gender pay gaps has come to an end. James Phillips looks at the biggest gaps and the best improvements across pension related firms
PP has analysed the hourly pay and bonus pay gaps between men and women for nearly 130 firms working with occupational pensions. Explore all the data here...
JP Morgan Securities has reported the highest gender pay gap of any UK firm working with occupational pension schemes in 2017/18, PP analysis finds.
The PLSA's Caroline Escott says investors and stakeholders must continue to ask for better information on issues that affect the motivation, skills and productivity of the workforce
Attendees at a Trades Union Congress (TUC) conference have endorsed a Prospect motion which called for action to tackle the gender pension gap.
Since April, firms with more than 250 employees have had to report gender pay gap data. James Phillips explores how asset managers and pension schemes are using this in their engagement
Women at the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) earn 16% less on average than their male counterparts, according to its annual report and accounts.
Young women are likely to end up with a pension pot nearly 11% smaller than that of male counterparts, with a number of barriers preventing women from investing, according to a new report by Fidelity International.
Investment and law firms have the highest median gender hourly gender pay gaps out of nearly 100 pension-related firms reporting, James Phillips writes.
Investment managers and law firms have ranked worst for the median pay gap between men and women among 85 firms involved in occupational pensions analysed by PP.
In this week's Pensions Buzz, most respondents said despite progress in recent years, there is still a long way to go
Women accumulate on average £56,000 in their pension funds by age 50 compared to £112,000 saved by men, research by Aegon has found.