We all know that women are worse off when it comes to pay. What’s becoming clearer is the lifetime effect, and the need to take action now.
Thursday | 24 September 2020 | 1 PM to 2 PM
We all know that women are worse off when it comes to pay. What’s becoming clearer is the lifetime effect, and the need to take action now. This session will focus on:
- Why women lose out when it comes to building pension wealth and how to change that
- Key considerations for women when planning their long-term financial future
- What needs to change to make pensions for women fairer”
Susan worked in the Financial Services for more than 20 years holding positions in Ulster Bank, RBS, Tesco Bank and most recently in as head of employee engagement at AIB in Dublin. She works as an independent consultant specialising in employee engagement and wellbeing.
Founder of FinanciallyFit.ie
Leanne is a QFA and she founded Financially Fit which is an online platform created to inspire young women to pursue smarter, confident, and more informed lives when it comes to personal finance.
Teresa Kelly Oroz
Head of Public Policy at Irish Life Group
Teresa is company secretary to all Irish Life and Canada Life regulated companies. She is also head of public policy and governance for Irish Life group.
Head of Client Services at Moneycube
Olive is a pensions and investments consultant with Moneycube having spent 16 years with Friends First and Aviva Life & Pensions.