Ros spoke in the House of Lords in defence of a Peace Plan for Israel and the right of the Jewish people to their own homeland.
Ros chaired an AssetTV Masterclass on the Future of Retirement Income with experts from Aviva, Canada Life, Prudential and Standard Life – this is a recording of the session. (Subscription to LinkedIn needed to view.)
Ros gave an interview on the new Jewish News series ‘Desert Island Books’ which explains her life history in the context of favourite books. You can listen to the podcast from here.
The Financial Times quotes Ros in its analysis of problems for Defined Benefit pension schemes and impact of ultra-low interest rates on pensions.
Ros did a Podcast for Women’s Parliamentary Radio explaining her thoughts on the High Court ruling against the 1950s women who claimed discrimination as their state pension age increased at such short notice.
Ros explains some of the many campaign issues she has worked on over the past 20 years and how she got into pensions originally – her determination to try to improve pension policy for people.
Ros explains why it is so important to improve trust in pensions and part of that requires more transparency, so people will engage more and save for their future.
Ros was interviewed by Julia Hartley-Brewer on Talk Radio and tried to help listeners understand the risks of a No Deal Brexit and that it would be like a mis-selling scandal, where the risks are not explained by the pension salesman and you only find out later that the risks existed. Julia just dismisses all the risks and says they won’t exist. ( link to pdf )