Ros gave a presentation at the Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue conference explaining how the next generation can be brought into insurance – using family as a unit of product development.
Ros gave an interview for Swiss Re’s conference on the next generation of insurance, calling for insurers to consider the benefits of selling to family units and engaging multiple generations together, rather than relying on intermediaries.
Ros wrote an article published in CityAM supporting calls for consideration of auto-enroling more low-paid workers, but perhaps ensuring they have more flexibility in their savings vehicles at work
Ros explains how tax relief works, comments on its unfairness but cautions against making changes without careful modelling
Ros’ views on why insurance companies have not always understood their customers’ needs were published in the Yorkshire Post
The Spectator carried a blog from Ros outlining ten ways in which the UK insurance industry has been at fault and how it can change to better meet the needs of its customers.
Ros welcomes the first day of new pension freedoms but expresses concerns that giving people access to good advice will be crucial to making the reforms a success for individuals.
Ros welcomes the Budget changes for ISA savings and calls on the Chancellor to use ISAs to incentivise saving for social care – perhaps allowing such savings free of inheritance tax.
Ros wrote a lead article for CityAM explaining her belief that the measures in the 2014 could mark the start of a revival of Britain’s long-term savings.
The Daily Express carried a Comment piece from Ros welcoming the new freedoms for savers and pensioners.