11 July – 24 July 2022

The gender retirement gap

While retirement may be closer for some than others, this is something that affects all women. This final theme of our campaign looks at ways we can narrow the gender retirement gap to ensure men and women retire on an equal playing field.

Timeline card 500 x 500 women Maori
7 July 2022

FSC panel: The gender retirement gap
(and how to fix it)

With the gender pay gap currently sitting above 9%, it's not news to anyone that women earn less than men in Aotearoa. According to FSC research, women are also less confident about their finances and worry more about money. 

We also retire with less, despite the fact that on average we live longer, so our lower retirement savings have to stretch further. 

Join our panel of experts for a practically-focused session where they present their solutions for bridging the gender retirement gap.


Angela Meyer 150 x 150
Angela Meyer (facilitator)
David Boyle
David Boyle
Head of Sales and Marketing,
Mint Asset Management
Michelle Corse-Scott Milford 150 x 150
Michelle Corse-Scott
Head of Risk & Compliance & General Counsel,
Milford Asset Management

This fortnight's activity is supported by

What's happening?

7 July 2022

The gender retirement gap (and how to fix it)

7 July 12.30pm-2.00pm

An action-focused session aiming to develop solutions to narrow the gender retirement gap.

Registration details coming soon.

Timeline card 500 x 500 women Maori
7 July 2022

Continue the journey

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Resources to help you continue your journey to being a financially confident wāhine - coming soon!

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