The FT’s Financial Adviser magazine highlighted Ros’ views that a charge cap on auto-enrolment schemes should apply to NEST as well, with its 1.8% initial charge being replaced by an annual charge
Article on Stock Market Wire website commenting on Ros’ calls for NEST charges to be overhauled, to get rid of the 1.8% initial charge
Ros responds to the OFT report on pension charges, highlighting that the recommendations may well disappoint those who wanted action, but that NEST’s charging structure does not fit well with a cap
Ros welcomes the DWP figures showing low opt out rates for auto enrolment so far, but discusses why these rates are likely to rise as smaller firms join the project in future.
Ros wrote an article for CityAM discussing latest figures showing opt out rates from auto enrolment to be very low so far.
Pensions World Magazine published Ros’ views on the announcement that NEST restrictions would be lifted in 2017, explaining why it would be much better to remove them earlier.
Ros welcomes the removal of NEST restrictions but explains why they should ideally be removed before 2017, to give NEST a fairer chance to compete and for taxpayers to receive quicker repayment of their loan.
Press Release welcoming the Governments decision to improve member protection in auto-enrolment pensions by banning consultancy charging and planning a cap on default fund fees.
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.
2013 – Ros’ views were highlighted on StockMArketWire, explaining how workers are not properly protected against unfair charges and poor regulation in auto-enrolment.