Press Release welcoming DWP consultation that aims to allow the G&H pension scheme to be accepted into the Financial Assistance Scheme, thus better protection scheme members who were rejected by the PPF.
Ros welcomes indications in the Budget that National Savings and Investments will be allowed to reintroduce its very popular inflation-linked savings certificates – which were withdrawn from sale just as inflation started soaring.
Ros comments on latest ACA survey results confirming disillusionment with pensions and says pensions need an image makeover so people actually want to contribute.
Press Release suggesting the credit crisis is due to short-term policy which borrowed from the long-term and will have to be paid back. Until policymakers understand this, they will not solve the problem and short term panic measures are not the answer.
Ros Altmann spent five years campaigning for justice, pro bono, for the victims of failed company pension schemes refused compensation by the government….
Article published in ‘Money is Changing’ Special Report on Financial Services Marketing, published by Dig for Fire. The article examines the need to re-think retirement, reform state pensions and encourage longer working lives, to move pension thinking into the 21st Century.
Ros wrote an article for Citywire explaining the value of older workers and how they can benefit the economy
Ros’s response to the DWP consultation paper on regulations for the Financial Assistance Scheme – explaining why it is hopelessly inadequate.
Article published in ‘Engaged Investor’ explaining why Government announcements on the Financial Assistance Scheme do not remedy the injustices suffered by wind-up victims.
Letter written to Financial Times explaining why encouraging gradual retirement is a key element of pension reforms.