2013 – Ros’ views were highlighted on StockMArketWire, explaining how workers are not properly protected against unfair charges and poor regulation in auto-enrolment.
Ros explains what we might expect from the White Paper announcing the flat-rate state pension reforms.
Ros spoke at a Wealth at Work seminar about Retirement Income Options and how consumers need help in assessing what is most suitable for them.
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.
Press Release explaining the scandal of consultancy charging and commenting on the Which? mystery shopping exercise which confirms the need to ban these unfair member fees.
Ros spoke at the WEF conference explaining her concerns about the future of auto-enrolment and the need to remove NEST restrictions, simplify the processes and also to take more notice of the annuities risks in decumulation
Ros welcomes the DWP Select Committee recommendations that lifting of NEST restrictions is urgent and failure to do so will cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of pounds.
Ros submitted evidence to the DWP on removing the restrictions on NEST, calling for the restrictions to be lifted as soon as possible to allow NEST to compete better with the rest of the marketplace
Ros welcomes the consultation on removing NEST restrictions.
Ros comments on DWP consultation paper discussing removing NEST restrictions. Ros believes removing restrictions is essential to make NEST sustainable, repay taxpayer loan and ensure it can compete effectively.