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.
Asset managers including JPMorgan Asset Management (JPMAM), BlackRock and Standard Life have backed an initiative set up by the 30% Club to push for a third of FTSE companies to have women on their boards.
The freedom and choice agenda has shaken up pensions but there are concerns it is increasing inequality. Michael Klimes finds out why
Women planning to retire this year are far more reliant on the state pension than their male counterparts according to Prudential research.
The criticism of Ros Altmann by Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI) has been unfair according to PP research.