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Jonquil Lowe

Jonquil Lowe

About me

Jonquil Lowe is a Senior Lecturer in Economics and Personal Finance at The Open University and also a personal finance practitioner. She works with a variety of independent, consumer-facing organisations and regulatory bodies, writing financial capability materials and carrying out commissioned research. She is also author of over 20 books on personal finance. She is Director of the Open University’s Foundation Degree in Financial Services, past member of the You and Your Money: personal finance in context (DB123) course team, and module team chair of Personal Investment in an uncertain world (DB234). Jonquil’s research interests focus on financial capability, systems of pension provision and retail financial regulation in the UK, and she is jointly responsible for the Financial Institutions and Economic Security (FIES) project strand in the IKD Research Centre

Jonquil Lowe's research

Jonquil T. Lowe (2017-07-17) Consumers and competition: delivering more effective consumer power in retail financial markets, Financial Services Consumer Panel

Jonquil T. Lowe et al. (2016-05-24) Access to Financial Services in the UK 17, Financial Conduct Authority

Will Brambley and Jonquil T. Lowe (2016-05) How Might We Create a Secondary Annuity Market that Works for Pensioners?, In ELSA’s 7th Anniversary Symposium

Professor Sharon Collard, Will Brambley and Jonquil T. Lowe (2015-10) Beyond Risk Profiling: Achieving better investment outcomes for consumers and industry, True Potential Centre for the Public Understanding of Finance, Open University

Jonquil T. Lowe (2014-07-25) Whither UK annuities? Why lifetime annuities should still be part of good financial advice in the post-pension-liberalisation world, International Longevity Centre UK (ILC-UK)

Jonquil T. Lowe (2011-11-04) Pensions, Palgrave Macmillan/The Open University

Jonquil T. Lowe and Professor Janette Rutterford (2011-11-04) Savings and investments, Palgrave Macmillan/The Open University

Andrew B. Trigg and Jonquil T. Lowe (2011-11) Comparing pension systems in the circular flow of income, In American Journal of Economics and Sociology 5(70)

Jonquil T. Lowe (2010-03-30) Investment choices, Palgrave Macmillan

Mariana Mazzucato et al. (2010) Personal Investment: Financial Planning in an Uncertain World, Palgrave Macmillan

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