Women's Wealth


Women underpaid $1.8b in super

$450 threshold needs to be removed

Increase gender diversity on boards: SSGA

Smaller funds in box seat on automated engagement

Women still under-represented on super boards

WIS criticises super objective

More women, young people seek super advice

The next step is not new calculators

Women still struggle for board positions

Shift policy focus to single retirees: Willis Towers Watson

Women seeking SMSF advice on the rise

The sum of our parts will turbocharge wellbeing outcomes

Gender gap costs super system $146m

Women closing retirement incomes gap, but slowly

Industry welcomes draft super reforms