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.
Article published inÂ FTfm for their Trustee Summer School examining the demands for Trustee Knowledge and Understanding (TKU) of investment issues and using modern techniques to replace the traditional hopeful apunt’ on equities and bonds.
Article published in aPublic Servant’ Magazine, discussing the future for UK pensions, trends in occupational pension schemes and flexible retirement policies of the future.
Comment published in Money Marketing outlining Ros’ expectations of the tax reforms for pensions introduced on 6th April 2006.
Article published in FTfm comment section explaining why pension funds may be able to better match their liabilities by using swaps and derivatives, rather than just switching to bonds.
Op-ed piece published in Financial Times advocating radical reform of state pensions.Â Ros explains why muddled thinking on pensions is preventing an affordable reform programme which could put pension policy on a sustainable path for the 21st Century, but some of the existing spending needs to be reallocated.
Presentation given to Petitions Committee of European Parliament in Brussels, on behalf of Maurice Jones, who lost his entire company pension in 1997 when his company scheme started wind-up.Â The presentation explains how the UK Government has broken EU law and what has happened to Mr. Jones’ pension.
Presentation on Pension Reform given at Financial Times FT Financial Adviser Expo in London.
Ros’ views on the reform proposals contained in the Government’s pension reform White Paper.