Presentation on Pension Reform given at Financial Times FT Financial Adviser Expo in London.
Presentation given to Petitions Committee of European Parliament in Brussels, on behalf of Maurice Jones, who lost his entire company pension in 1997 when his company scheme started wind-up.Â The presentation explains how the UK Government has broken EU law and what has happened to Mr. Jones’ pension.
Speech given by Ros at a press meeting after aStripped of our Pensions’ demonstration for the 4th year running at Manchester Labour Party Conference, calling on Gordon Brown to show he has decent values and sort this issue out properly.
Presentation delivered at Pensions World conference outlining Ros’s views on the need for radical pension reform and why she thinks compulsion would not be advisable.
Presentation given at the 8th Annual Conference of the Institute for Economic Affairs, in London, discussing the role of Government, insurance companies and the financial services industry in the future of long term savings in the UK.
Presentation given at NordicÂ Alternative Investment conference in Stockholm outlining new thinking for institutions considering moving away from traditional asset allocation models.
Ros’s presentation at the Watson Wyatt 2005 pension debate, proposing the motion that aThis house believes pension reform will do nothing for those who need it most’.Â Ros, together with Steve Bee the leading pensions guru from Scottish Life, Â explained why they believed that pension reforms so far will not benefit the Govenrment’s atarget’ group of middle earners.
A speech given to the Institute of Actuaries, discussing a lifetime savings framework.
Presentation given at UK Pension and Investment Summit in Brighton, explaining Ros’s opinions on pension funds considering new approaches to asset allocation, emphasising risk control, diversification and protection.
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.