Ros wrote a Talking Head Comment piece for Pensions Expert FT Magazine expressing concerns about the Government’s decision to allow up to Â£30,000 DB pensions to transfer out without advice and calling on trustees of defined benefit pension schemes to help members who may not take advice before transferring out
Ros wrote an article for the Guardian in which she highlights the negative connotations of the word aold’ and calls for an end to such stereotype labelling.
Ros wrote a blog for MoneyObserver expressing her concerns about pension firms not permitting their customers to benefit from the freedoms they should be able to have in april 2015
The Daily Telegraph published an article where Ros gives her views on the benefits of longer working lives and why people should consider embracing the idea of working longer.
The Times published an article by Ros in the ‘Thunderer’ column calling for an end to rip-off pension charges
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
Interesting article in the Guardian outlining why employers should not overlook the value of keeping on or bringing in older workers, as well as the young
Ros wrote her fortnightly blog for MoneyObserver Magazine explaining why extra protection for consumers should be introduced by the FCA to ensure firms must ask relevant questions before selling them a product to try to assess basic suitability.
Ros wrote a Comment article for Financial Times Pensions Expert Magazine, explaining her views on collective pension schemes and how the new pension freedoms may make Collective Defined Contribution schemes less attractive.
New Model Adviser reports on remarks made by Ros at a Fringe Meeting at the Tory Party Conference in which she suggests that the Money Advice Service has not served the public well on annuity information and calling on the FCA to protect customers properly.