Pensions Policy and Reform – Retirement, Savings and Annuities Archives - Page 82 of 93 - Ros Altmann
  • ROS ALTMANN

    Ros is a leading authority on later life issues, including pensions,
    social care and retirement policy. Numerous major awards have recognised
    her work to demystify finance and make pensions work better for people.
    She was the UK Pensions Minister from 2015 – 16 and is a member
    of the House of Lords where she sits as Baroness Altmann of Tottenham.

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    Letter published in the FT asking why employers should be compelled to contribute to their employees' pensions

    Letter published in the FT asking why employers should be compelled to contribute to their employees' pensions

    Letter published in the Financial Times suggesting that there is no intellectual case for compelling employers to contribute to pensions, that this is simply a form of taxation and that pension contributions should really be up to the individual.

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    U turn on pension simplification reforms is a shambles

    U turn on pension simplification reforms is a shambles

    Press Release discussing Ros’s view that the government’s climbdown on allowing residential property into personal pensions and last-minute changes of pension simplification tax rules is the right decision but dreadful timing.  The Government should never have proposed this and should have listened to warnings over the last 2 years that such changes would lead to huge losses of tax revenue.

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    DC pensions issues being overlooked as trustees focus on sorting out DB

    DC pensions issues being overlooked as trustees focus on sorting out DB

    Article published in Financial Times FTfm November 2005 discussing concerns about a a˜governance gap’ in UK occupational pensions, as trustees and the industry seem to be focussing primarily on sorting out problems of defined benefit schemes, while not paying enough attention to the needs of new defined contribution arrangements.

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