Ros is quoted by the Financial Times welcoming the changes made by the House of Lords to the Pension Schemes Bill which should help to avert a doom loop that would have risked all remaining open DB schemes being closed.
Ros is quoted in Professional Pensions talking about the need for DB schemes to control operational costs and ensure returns are sufficient to keep up with rising inflation and liabilities.
Ros wrote a feature article for Professional Pensions ‘Is the Government trying to end DB schemes?’ – talking about the need for more imaginative and productive investment policies especially for Defined Benefit, not just Defined Contribution schemes.
Ros is quoted in Professional Adviser magazine explaining the Pension Schemes Bill poses existential risks to remaining private sector defined benefit pension schemes
Ros is quoted in Professional Adviser calling for MPs to ensure the vital amendments on open pension schemes are accepted because member security is at risk of Regulators force schemes to fund for buyout.
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 comments on the Bank of Englandï¿½s Pension Fund annual report, showing a contribution rate of over 50%, an asset allocation entirely in bonds and workers who do not have to pay a penny into their scheme even under auto-enrolment.
Ros gave the keynote address at the London Pensions Fund Authority annual members’ forum explaining changes that are underway for UK pensions.