Masterclass: Financial Wellness - From the gender pay gap to the gender pension gap and the gender investment gap. How it affects you and how you can bridge the gap
Held in partnership with Westminster Wealth Management
Event Date: 11th March 2020
Event Timing: 14:00 - 17:00
Event Address: 3rd Floor Chronicle House, 72-78, Fleet St, London EC4Y 1HY
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost normally £300+VAT but FIVE places at an amazing £80, are reserved for the 2to3days community on a first come first served basis. Enter Code WiH2to3
Attendees will learn key financial planning tips that they can use immediately to improve their Financial Wellness. During this interactive, fun (no really - we promise everything discussed is designed to be very digestible!) workshop, we will discuss key issues such as the Gender Pension Gap and the Gender Investment Gap.
A 2018 report by the trade union Prospect found that the gender pensions income gap (39.5%) was more than double the size of the total gender pay gap (18.5%), with the average female pensioner £7,000 p.a. poorer than their male equivalent.
A recent study by Kantar TNS pointed to a huge £15 billion gender investment gap in the UK after it found men were holding double the amount of investments held by women.
We will explore why the above issues exist along with what savvy women (and their employers) can be doing now to try to close these gaps and prepare for a happier, more secure financial future.
The workshop will also help those working in HR to understand how to best inform their employees of financial well-being insights - for example, tax implications of salary changes.
Who is this for?
All women working in HTL (no matter what their job title is). It will also be useful for those working in HR and payroll.
Women in Hospitality, Travel and Leisure (WiHTL) seek to increase women's and ethnic minorities' representation at all levels and in leadership positions across Hospitality, Travel and Leisure (HTL). They offer events and insightful research for those working in the HTL industry (or those wanting to work in the industry).
Lisa Conway-Hughes is a Chartered Financial Adviser at Westminster Wealth Management.
She is a Fellow of the Personal Finance Society and is passionate about financial education.
Lisa is a regular media commentator, podcaster and blogs under the name Miss Lolly - www.misslolly.com
To date, Lisa has features in Red Magazine, Stylist, The Times, The Telegraph, The Financial Times and on The BBC News.
Please note that all bookings and payment of £300.00 +VAT must be received by the 3rd March 2020
No refunds available unless cancellation requested up to 7 days prior to the event date. Fees are transferable at WiHTL’s discretion andething here...