Note outlining how and why Government funded compensation should be organised.
Comments on the initial figures released by the DWP, estimating numbers affected by winding up pension schemes, who have lost most of their pensions.
Presentation given to a Roundtable discussion session of the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation, discussing why pensions are in crisis and possible solutions and policy options for the future.
Presentation given to Association of Private Client Investment Management Service conference, discussing why pensions are in crisis and possible policy responses.
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.
Ros’ comments on proposals contained in Pensions Bill 2004.
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.
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 written for aFinancial Adviser’ discussing the case for compulsory pension contributions and why they are not adviseable in the current policy environment.
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.