Original research to try to establish likely numbers of people affected by pension wind ups and potential maximum costs of compensation.
Presentation given at the aPensions Summit’ at House of Commons on 4th November 2003, explaining why and how Government should compensate members of employer final salary schemes who have lost their pensions on insolvency.
Press release issued in reaction to the surprise decision by the Maersk parent company to agree to honour its pension commitments to scheme members in full, even though the law does not require this. This is a awake up call’ to trustees and members to ensure they put proper pressure on other employers to do the same.
Article published in Pensions Week in November 2003 explaining the case for urgently agreeing compensation for workers who have lost their pensions in final salary schemes.
Press Release issued on November 2nd 2003 to support union legal action against the Government, issuing a writ claiming compensation for ASW workers who have lost most of their pensions on the insolvency of their employer’.
Comments in response to a column by Patience Wheatcroft in The Times, in which she cast doubt on the merits of the case for compensation.
A brief paper outlining why and how the Government should compensate members of insolvent employer’s pension schemes, when they have lost their promised pensions.