Presentation to the House of Commons Work and Pensions Select Committee outlining Ros’ pension reform ideas and where her views differ from those of the Pensions Commission.
These are slides prepared for a presentation at an IPPR seminar on aSaving Incentives and Disincentives’ on 24th January 2002.
Slides from a Presentation given to Dealers’ Group conferences in Harrogate and London, discussing Ros’ views on the future of the post-retirement market, changes that are likely to unfold and the role of advisers in helping manage this change.
Speech given by Ros at meeting held in House of Commons ahead of release of Parliamentary Ombudsman’s report, calling on Gordon Brown to agree to compensate and rectify the broken promises made to at least 85,000 citizens who have been robbed of their pensions.
Presentation given at the Investment Management Association conference, London, outlining policies required to stimulate long term savings, pension reform and alternative investment approaches in the UK.
Presentation given at the launch of aThe Pensions Report’, survey of pension trends in the UK, explaining how pensions are in crisis, coverage is falling and the loss of confidence must be urgently addressed.Â Policy has so far failed to take account of the ademand’ side of pensions and has focused only on asupply’.
Speech delivered at FT Business Conference aHidden Treasures in Bonds’ in London, discussing Ros’s thoughts about pension fund asset allocation and the investment considerations for pension funds when considering switching into bonds.
Presentation given at Actuarial Profession Annual Pensions Convention, in Brighton on 7th June 2005, outlining the failure of the UK pension model, the outlook for occupational pensions and the role of actuaries in future.
Presentation given at Scottish Widows Pensions Debate, explaining Ros’ concerns about the effect of the Government’s White Paper on Pension Reform.
Presentation to the Savings Market conference in London, entitled aRadically Rethinking Retirement, New approaches for the 21st Century’ discussing Ros’s views that we need to reconsider what we expect from both retirement and pensions, in order to be able to move forward on pension reform.