Ros gave a presentation to US investors and plan sponsors outlining what has been happening to UK pensions policy, how it is becoming more flexible and moving towards possible ‘hybrid’ solutions rather than one-size-fits-all and pure DB or DC. She suggests ways to learn from some of our past mistakes
Ros wrote a ‘Talking Head’ piece for the Financial Times publication ‘Pensions Expert’ which explains the damaging impact of Quantitative Easing on UK pensions
Ros explains why criticism of the USS pension scheme is unfair
Ros comments on latest figures showing that FTSE100 scheme pension deficits rose over the past year, despite a 10% increase in assets and employers pouring around Â£20bn into their schemes. QE and low rates continue to damage pensions.
Ros explains why fears about the impact on the PPF of absorbing UK Coal’s pension schemes is overdone.
Ros wrote an article for The Actuary Magazine explaining that the Bank of England’s policies are damaging both defined benefit and defined contribution pensions.
Ros comments on the latest Guidance issued by the UK Pensions Regulator, which suggests that employers should be given more leeway in the near term when dealing with their pension deficits.
Ros spoke at the London School of Economics, giving her views on the dangers of Monetary Policy measures for UK pensions.
Ros comments on the ONS statement announcing that it will be downgrading RPI, and deciding it will no longer be a ‘national statistic’.
Ros responded to the DWP consultation about whether the objectives of the UK Pension Regulator need to be changed to increase its emphasis on employer affordability.