Presentation on Pension Reform given at Financial Times FT Financial Adviser Expo in London.
Presentation given at the Investment Management Association conference, London, outlining policies required to stimulate long term savings, pension reform and alternative investment approaches in the UK.
Presentation given at Actuarial Profession Annual Pensions Convention, in Brighton on 7th June 2005, outlining the failure of the UK pension model, the outlook for occupational pensions and the role of actuaries in future.
Opinion piece published in Financial Times FTfm supplement, arguing that pension fund trustees need to consider diversified range of investments, not just equities and bonds and that switching from equities to bonds, if funds are in deficit, may be the least efficient way of reducing risk.
Presentation given at the launch of aThe Pensions Report’, survey of pension trends in the UK, explaining how pensions are in crisis, coverage is falling and the loss of confidence must be urgently addressed.Â Policy has so far failed to take account of the ademand’ side of pensions and has focused only on asupply’.
Presentation given at the 8th Annual Conference of the Institute for Economic Affairs, in London, discussing the role of Government, insurance companies and the financial services industry in the future of long term savings in the UK.
Ros spoke at Transact Connect Forum on pension policy and explained what is needed to radically reform pensions.
Presentation given at Scottish Widows Pensions Debate, explaining Ros’ concerns about the effect of the Government’s White Paper on Pension Reform.
Powerpoint description of a possible structured product approach to overcoming pension fund deficits and meeting liabilities over time.
Article to be published in Pensions World magazine, explaining why women’s pensions need to be reformed urgently and how the system currently discriminates against women.