Letter published in Financial World magazine highlighting the lack of transparency in public sector pensions and calling for an independent inquiry into the developing public sector pensions aristocracy.
Article published in the Yorkshire Post contrasting the effects of the credit crunch on private sector and public sector schemes and calling for transparency on accounting for public sector pensions.
Press Release highlighting the generosity of public sector pensions relative to private schemes and calling for transparency in the costs and accounting for these significant future liabilities.
Figures prepared for Daily Mail showing the number of years it would take public sector and private sector workers to accrue the same level of pension.
Latest official statistics show that both pay and pensions are far better for public sector workers than comparable private sector workers.
Some frequently asked questions about the generosity of UK public sector pensions.
Article written for Public Servant magazine outlining some expected developments in the public sector pensions debate.
Letter published in the Financial Times explaining that unfunded public sector pensions are contracted out of the national insurance system and that this is economically nonsensical, merely allowing public sector workers and employers to pay lower national insurance and passing the costs onto future taxpayers.
Press Release explaining why contracting out should be abolished as part of radical pension reform and most providers are already advising their clients that they should not remain contracted out.
Article published in Financial Adviser on 8th Sepetmber 2005, following the FSA study of contracting out, demonstrating that this has provided poor value and explaining Ros’s view that contracting out should be abolished as part of radical pension reforms in the UK.