Ros spoke at the London School of Economics, giving her views on the dangers of Monetary Policy measures for UK pensions.
Ros was interviewed by the Independent for a feature on her career which highlighted the pensions campaign she was part of and her views on the dangers of QE
Ros wrote an article for CityAM giving her views on the main Budget measures, with little cheer for savers but big boost for borrowers. She expresses her concerns about stoking up house prices.
Ros’s comments on the Budget, welcoming some measures but expressing concerns about emphasis on mortgage borrowing and house prices
Ros comments on the news that a bail out for Cyprus will include bank deposits being confiscated, breaking the promised depositor protection guarantees. She warns that this will undermine trust in all EU banks and needs to be rethought
Ros outlines her proposals for the Chancellor’s Budget ‘to do’ list. She calls for measures to help stimulate growth directly and use pensions and savings to boost investment directly, rather than relying on banks. She calls for tax breaks for corporate investment that are only available if investments start in the next 12 months.
Ros was guest of the day on BBC2 Daily Politics and had a discussion about Bank of England policies with Leigh Caldwell
Ros submitted supplementary evidence to the Treasury Select Committee inquiry on QE, ahead of her appearance on 29th January 2013
Ros gave a presentation to the Pension Investment Academy at Westminster Business School explaining how QE has undermined both DB and DC pensions in the UK.
Ros gave evidence to the Treasury Select Committee Inquiry into Quantitative Easing and explained why the Bank of England’s models may not work in the UK economy at the moment, indeed QE may have been a drag on growth.