Response to letter in Financial Times from leading actuary who criticised proposals to compensate victims of pension wind-ups and questioned the need to protect pensions. Ros’ letter calls for more protection on future, rather than less.
Press release ahead of Parliamentary debate on pensions, to call for the Government to compensate those who lost their pensions. This also includes case study examples of how the situation has affected the victims’ lives.
Ros’ comments on proposals contained in Pensions Bill 2004.
Comments on 2004 Pensions Bill, criticising the lack of measures for compensation of victims who have lost their aguaranteed’ occupational pensions and failure to restore confidence in pensions.
Panel presentation on Pension Protection Fund and providing guarantees for pension schemes, 19th January 2004, for Watson Wyatt.
Presentation given at the aPensions Summit’ at House of Commons on 4th November 2003, explaining why and how Government should compensate members of employer final salary schemes who have lost their pensions on insolvency.
Article for Pensions week explaining why the Government’s new means tested Pension Credit policy will damage pensions and undermine pension savings in the UK.
Article published in aFinancial Adviser’ explaining why we need an insurance protection scheme for final salary company pensions in the UK.
Framework of a presentation given at a fringe event organised by Standard Life at the Labour Party Conference in Bournemouth in October 2003. The presentation discusses Pension Reform and provides a critique of current pensions policy, with suggestions for future policy reforms.
Article written for aFinancial Adviser’ discussing the case for compulsory pension contributions and why they are not adviseable in the current policy environment.