Ros explains why QE isn’t working and how it is causing damaging side-effects that will have longer term negative consequences.
Ros wrote a Comment article for the Daily Express calling on the Government to end its attacks on pensioner benefits.
Ros wrote a comment article for the Yorkshire Post explaining that pensioners have worked hard and saved hard and should not be ashamed of receiving state pension entitlements.
Ros comments on the dangers for workers of the current regulatory gaps and calls for a better, simpler regulatory regime – just one for all pensions.
Ros wrote an Expert View column for the JC highlighting the urgency of employers starting to plan for pensions auto-enrolment.
Ros Altmann is one of the judges in the inaugural National Council of Women ‘Giving Young Women and Girls a Voice’ competition, 2013. She tells us about some of the challenges she has faced as a woman working in finance and what she is looking for in the essays.
The Guardian’s ‘Ripped off Britons’ cartoon section used Ros’ views on consultancy charging to highlight the problems faced by workers forcibly paying for advice to their employers, from unregulated unqualified ‘consultants’. She calls for the Government to stop or cap the charges.
Ros was interviewed by the Independent for a feature on her career which highlighted the pensions campaign she was part of and her views on the dangers of QE
Ros wrote an article for CityAM giving her views on the main Budget measures, with little cheer for savers but big boost for borrowers. She expresses her concerns about stoking up house prices.
Ros responded to the DWP consultation about whether the objectives of the UK Pension Regulator need to be changed to increase its emphasis on employer affordability.