Tag Archives: big-data

Small DC schemes must be guided by data – not self interest.

As flagged on this blog , the Government is turning the heat on workplace pensions to deliver. The raft of papers produced by the DWP culminate in  new regulations , The Occupational Pension Schemes (Administration, Investment, Charges and Governance) (Amendment) … Continue reading

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“In pensions we trust” – when our data is trusty!

Yesterday I talked about how we can  performance analysis of individual pension pots to sense check the quality of data. The idea is to make sure that once contributions reach the pension provider, they are properly recorded and people can … Continue reading

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Meaninglessly big data.

I don’t like this infographic, it just appeared on my twitter feed to attract me to an article that would lead me to the conclusion that I was helpless and needed the assistance of some organisation to create me a … Continue reading

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