Article published in Scotland’s Sunday Post newspaper, outlining why it is wrong to print money to buy gilts. Quantitative Easing will not revive the economy unless the money printed actually goes to the parts of the economy which need it. Meanwhile, it is damaging pensions enormously.
Article published on Daily Telegraph website explaining why Ros believes that Quantitative Easing is a huge mistake, will not work, and will make things worse.
Press Release explaining that the Bank of England’s decision to print money to buy gilts will not work, the money will either leak abroad or not get to where it is so urgently needed – and pension funds and annuity rates will be severely damaged too.
Article published in Scotland’s Sunday Post newspaper, explaining the dangers of ‘Quantitative Easing’ – the fancy name for printing money.
Press Release highlighting the dangers of ‘printing money’ in an environment where inflation is still above the Bank of England’s target.
Ros’ response to DWP Select Committee Inquiry into pensioner poverty, explaining how the credit crisis will make pensioner poverty worse and highlighting some of the injustices of current policy.
Press Release explaining that Pension Protection Fund rules should apply to failed bank pension schemes, which would reduce Sir Fred’s pension to around Â£20,000.
Presentation given to Institutional Investor conference in Amsterdam outlining Ros’ thoughts on past mistakes and future trends in pension fund investment and trustee investment governance.
Press Release warning that FSCS protection can disappear if a bank decides to pull out. Investors will no longer be covered and FSA is not warning of this risk. Investors who take care to make sure they are covered by UK protection are being let down.
Comment article commissioned by the Financial Times for FT Money, outlining the dangers of sharp rate cuts for pensioners, for the economy and for future inflation.