Ros is quoted in the Financial Times about pension funds use of LDI strategies and the dangers of assuming gilts and bonds were low risk or risk-free. QE has undermined risk metrics.
Ros wrote a Comment article for the Yorkshire Post explaining that unwinding QE was never properly considered and its risks were always likely to crash bond markets once the biggest buyer started selling.
Ros was quoted in and wrote a Comment piece for the Daily Express welcoming the chancellor’s announcement that the state pension triple lock would be reinstated this year and also urging that the poorest pensioners also need the same protection for their Pension Credit.
Ros wrote a comment article for inews explaining why the Bank of England had to intervene in the gilt market and that rising gilt yields can pose problems for both DB and especially DC schemes.
Ros was quoted in the Sunday Times expressing concerns about unpaid carers who are not receiving enough money to afford basic bills and whose Carer’s allowance benefits have not risen in line with inflation in their costs.
Ros is quoted in inews from her BBC Radio4 Today programme interview, explaining why it is impossible to justify not uprating state pensions in line with inflation during a cost of living crisis and urging the Government to end the on-off uncertainty worrying so many elderly people.
Ros is quoted in the Daily Express warning that Government must not short-change the poorest pensioners and should ensure they receive the full cpi rise for Pension Credit this year, after having their earnings link stripped away last year.