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 gave a presentation to the Defined Contribution Investment Forum DCIF outlining the changes taking place in retirement and the new outlook for DC pensions in the UK
Ros explains why new annuity products are needed and the background to why Partnership needed to offer a new annuity product, which provides an enhanced annuity with a one year surrender option
Ros gave a keynote speech for Pensions Insight/Engaged Investor Magazine at the SEI and Engaged Investor conference in the House of Commons. She explained some implications of the radical pension reform for future provision, for accumulation and decumulation products and expressed her concerns about unwinding of QE
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 gave a presentation at Mallowstreet’s Pension Industry forum – P4C – outlining why the demographic challenges of an aging population will mean that retirement needs to be rethought in order to help solve the pensions crisis
Ros gave the keynote address at the Pension Pioneers Forum in London and explained her views about the new pensions landscape, with its implications for accumulation, decumulation, providers and trustees.
Ros gave a keynote speech at a WealthatWork Seminar in London, explaining the need for new thinking on retirement income options and making consumer interests a higher priority
Ros gave a talk at Imperial College outlining the background to the pensions crisis and suggesting some solutions
Ros gave a speech at the Connection Generations forum held by the Swiss Re Centre for Global dialogue and these are the slides she presented, calling for new thinking as people’s lives have changed