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How can we “engage” with pensions we know nothing about?

News on the delivery of the pensions dashboard is not good. The vibes I am getting from the PLSA and others is that the period of testing to ensure that data is delivered accurately (dashboard beta) is likely to be … Continue reading

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Data in a dungeon

    I’m pleased that Guy Opperman came out fighting for the dashboard when he addressed the Society of Pension Professionals yesterday. He identified two central problems facing the consumer wanting to find out about their pensions. That their data … Continue reading

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“The new normal” will be driven by consumers: NB – financial services.

Many claims are made of the data we have today but two things appear clear to the layman. The more data you have on the spread of the virus, the easier it is to make the right public policy decisions. … Continue reading

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