Women value their savings and investments knowledge less than men - research

Jonathan Boyd
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Research published by the Swedish Investment Fund Association (Fondbolagens förening) suggests that while the majority of women and men feel that they have sufficient knowledge to handle personal finances, when it comes to savings and investments, many women feel that they lack sufficient knowledge. The results stand out in the third annual Kantar Sifo Prospera survey, which has also found a change in the ratio of women who feel that low risk is the most important factor when considering s...

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Jonathan Boyd
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Jonathan Boyd

Editorial Director of Open Door Media Publishing Ltd, and Editor of InvestmentEurope.