|A man is not a pension provider. |
What sounds funny has a serious background: women are more often affected by pension gaps because they more often work part-time, take longer leaves of absence (e.g. due to maternity) or have several jobs with low job percentages. That’s why it’s so important for women to approach their financial and estate planning holistically and early.
That’s the theme of the Wealth Planning for Women event – developed by women for women. Our wealth planning experts will show why women need a different kind of wealth planning and how to protect those assets in the event of incapacity and demise. Using examples, they provide concrete tips on how women can approach their retirement and estate planning – in small steps, but with great impact. In doing so, they take different lifestyles into account. Whether they are single parents, childless or married, retirement planning and estate planning are as individual as the women themselves.