Article published in Pensions Management Institute (PMI) magazine, calling for the pensions industry to support the campaign for compensation for those affected by wind-up.
Article published in aParliamentary Brief’ (Volume 10, No. 10), explaining the background to the UKs pension problems and why the latest White Paper reform proposals will not provide a sustainable solution.
Article published in Financial Adviser explaining why the Government’s White Paper pension reforms do not go far enough, leaving the system still in need of a radical overhaul.
Article published in Sunday Telegraph explaining why the Chancellor’s pensions policies could destroy our once-thriving UK pension system.
Article published in aTrustee newsletter’ Volume 2, Issue 3, explaining that pension fund trustees need to focus on risk as well as returns in their investment portfolios.
Article published in the Sunday Telegraph, explaining how the Chancellor, Gordon Brown, has squandered the benefits of favourable demographic trends and is leaving the next administration to cope with the economic dangers of ademographic drag’.
Article published in Money Marketing magazine, on 2nd August 2006,Â highlighting the various pressures on Government to comply with the Parliamentary Ombudsman report and also the European Court ruling, calling for full compensation for those who have lost their pensions.Â
Open letter to Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, John Hutton, pointing out the errors in his evidence to the Public Administration Select Committee and criticising the Government’s heartless and shameful treatment of the victims of pension scheme wind-ups.
Article published in Financial Adviser giving criticising the Government’s attempts to squirm out of taking responsibility for occupational pensions policy errors, despite the Parliamentary Ombudsman’s report showing its guilt in this affair.
Letter published in Financial Times following John Plender’s article about the decision by Universities Superannuation Scheme to leave employer contributions unchanged, despite large deficit and suggesting that asset allocation can help overcome deficits.