Ros looks at the impact of ultra low bond yields on pension funds and annuities and points out that the Bank of England is still buying long gilts, which forces interest rates down and makes pension deficits and annuity income much worse
Ros outlines the measures announced in the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement, explaining what it did for pensions, savings and older people as well as the measures that were omitted which Ros would have liked to see
Ros wrote an article published in the Daily Mail Business Section Monday Column calling for new housebuilding funded by pension assets to help create jobs, boost the economy and offer attractive risk/reward alternative for pension funds
Ros welcomes the first day of new pension freedoms but expresses concerns that giving people access to good advice will be crucial to making the reforms a success for individuals.
The Daily Express carried a Comment piece from Ros about the monumental changes to savings and pensions in the 2014 Budget.
Ros welcomes the revolution announced in the Budget for pensions and savings, with increased flexibility for ISAs and more pension savings taken as cash – she has called for these changes for many years.
The Sunday Post supported Ros’ views that the Chancellor needs to ensure the Budget works well for savers and improve the flexibility of ISAs and pensions.
Ahead of the 5th anniversary of record low rates and the start of QE, Stock Market Wire carries Ros’ views that rates need to start rising and have stayed too low for too long.
Ros’ views were featured in Pensions World, explaining the winners and losers from the Bank of England’s policies five years on.
Five years on from the start of QE and ultra low interest rates, Ros outlines ten reasons for some to rejoice and ten reasons for others to despair