Women & money
Our women & money section offers a female perspective on the intricacies of investment and retirement.
Investors should note that the views expressed may no longer be current and may have already been acted upon.
The value of investments can go down as well as up so you may get back less than you invest. This information is not a personal recommendation for any particular investment. If you are unsure about the suitability of an investment you should speak to an authorised financial adviser.
Addressing the Gender Pension Gap
Maike Currie talks to Ian King on Sky News.
Innovation Lab 3: Policy
We gathered together some leading figures from the worlds of journalism and public policy to highlight the barriers women face to saving and investing.Download Lab 3: Policy (PDF)
Innovation Lab 2: Let’s get professional
Our second Women and money Lab looked at how the financial services industry can remove barriers and use innovative technology to encourage women to become good investors as well as savers.Download Lab 2: Let's get professional
Innovation Lab 1: Let’s get personal
A ‘behind the scenes’ snapshot of our first Women & Money Innovation Lab. The event focused on the personal barriers holding women back from investing.Download Lab 1: Let's get personal (PDF)
Unlocking women's financial power
Maike Currie and Tom Stevenson explain the thinking behind Fidelity’s GET INvested campaign.
The financial power of women
More details on Fidelity’s state of the nation report into the barriers stopping women from investing. Together we can help women unlock their financial power.
Download our report
Closing the gender pay gap
Get your money working harder for you
Mind the investment gap
Ensure your savings keep up with real life
Time to myth bust money
Recognise the financial reality for women
Mind the pensions gap
What happens when you stop work?
The gendered approach to money
How men and women engage with money
Mind the childcare gap
UK parents face some of the highest childcare costs in the world