Women & Money
Our Women and Money section offers perspectives on investing and retirement for women.
Our research shows that a lack of time and confidence, and fears about the risks, are all obstacles that are stopping women from believing that investing is for them. We found that women tend to focus more on goals rather than financial gain; having enough money to provide for their families, paying off their mortgage and having enough money for the lifestyle they want in retirement all rank as top priorities.
Our goal is to make investing more accessible for women, to help them achieve their long-term goals.
Welcome to the first episode of Cool Heads, a new video series where we cut through political noise and focus on what matters to investors. In this episode Anne Richards, CEO of Fidelity International, explains the investment implications of Brexit and political risk around the world, while Dan Hedley, Director of Public Policy, provides an update on the latest Brexit scenarios.
18 October 2019 | Fidelity International
Investor demand is increasingly moving from “do no harm” to “do good” in the global search for their capital allocation, fuelling a significant shift in asset management.
23 September 2019 | Sarah-Jane Tasker
Kate Howitt, Portfolio Manager for the Fidelity Australian Opportunities Fund covers off what she's looking for this reporting season.
19 August 2019 | Kate Howitt
Citywire has released their inaugural world's best female fund managers with Fidelity International's Kate Howitt named. The awards recognise the elite women fund managers for their consistent outperformance over the past five years.
01 August 2019 | Kate Howitt
The compounding effect of the barriers women face in planning for their financial futures - the gender pay gap, longer life expectancy and periods out of the workforce, mean there is a necessity for women to be more active in investing, and once in they need to make their money work harder for them. In this podcast, Alva Devoy, MD of Fidelity discusses these issues and how women can start taking charge of their financial futures.
01 July 2019 | Alva Devoy