Why women are disadvantaged in retirement – and how to address it.
Women have lower levels of pension saving and income than men – leaving many to experience lower standards of living in retirement. That’s the stark conclusion of the Pensions Policy Institute’s recent report: The Gender Pensions Gap – Can It Be Closed?
Against that backdrop, join your peers and our panel of pension leaders for an evening of discussion on the report’s findings – as well as opportunities for reducing the ‘gap’ so women are not disadvantaged in retirement.
Our panelists are:
- Madeline Forrester (Panel Chair)– Head of Global Consultant Relations, MFS Investment Management & Board Director of the London Women’s Forum
- Mark Austin – Chair of Trustees, Northern Trust (UK) Pension Fund & Head of UK Institutional Investor Group, Northern Trust
- Mel Duffield – Pensions Strategy Executive, Universities Superannuation Scheme & Member of the Pension & Lifetime Savings Association’s Policy Board
- Tim Pike – Head of Modelling, Pensions Policy Institute
This will be an evening of interactive discussion sponsored and hosted by Northern Trust for members of the London Women’s Forum (LWF) and Defined Contribution Investment Forum (DCIF).
Places are limited at this event – please register as soon as possible to reserve your place.
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