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
This is a video recording of Ros’ speech at the Swiss Re forum on ‘Connecting Generations’ discussing a pension system for the modern era.
Ros spoke on a panel at an ILC Seminar in the House of Lords addressing the question ‘Are Annuities Fit for Purpose’ and she explains why, without asking questions of customers, those selling annuities can have no idea whether the products are suitable for them or not
Description: Ros spoke at an ILC_UK Panel Debate sponsored by Legal and General on the subject ‘Are annuities fir for purpose?’. This is a transcript of her remarks and her slides.
Description: Here are Ros’ powerpoint slides presented at the ILC_UK Panel Debate on annuities in the House of Lords and sponsored by Legal and General. Ros explains that we have no idea whether annuities re fit for those buying them becasue sellers are not obliged to carry out any know your customer or suitability checks to find out.
A transcript of Ros’ speech at the Clash of the Titans event with her forecasts for the UK economy in 2014 – she predicts a boom year.
Ros represented the London School of Economics at the Economics Research Council’s annual ‘Clash of the Titans’ Event, which pitches an economist from each of LSE, Oxford and Cambridge against each other and ask them to predict the economic outlook for the coming year.
Ros was a keynote speaker at a Seminar in the House of Commons exploring important issues around overcoming stereotypes, keepnig fit for later life and reforming social care to ensure a better advanced old age for all.
This is a transcript of Ros’ contribution to the Westminster Forum Panel Session on Annuities at which she gave her views on how the market is not working for the customer.
Ros gave a keynote speech at the PEnsion Pioneers Forum conference explaining the damaged caused to #UK pensions by Quantitative Easing – both DB and DC schemes are affected