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Pension Dashboards and the new Consumer Duty

It’s already a commonplace  that the Consumer Duty shifts the obligation on those providing financial services  from “treating a customer fairly to treating that customer well“. The Pension Dashboards set out to provide a good customer experience, they will be … Continue reading

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Dashboard frustration – have a thought for the consumer!

Pensions minister Guy Opperman has rebuffed concerns over the timescale of the Pensions Dashboards Programme, adding that the project would have moved at even greater speed if he had his way – https://t.co/G60ch5mH33@GuyOpperman @PensionsDboards @TMiddletonFPMI @aca_news pic.twitter.com/frzp14OVJZ — Pensions Expert … Continue reading

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Is there ever a “right time”… for pension dashboards?

In his recent podcast with Tom McPhail, a resolute Guy Opperman defended his engagement program saying there is “never a right time”. He cited the introduction of the Pension Schemes Act as a Bill in the time of Brexit, Covid … Continue reading

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Combining pensions – what are Dan and Steve really up to?

  Dan Mikulskis and Steve Webb have teamed up to write a paper aimed at people considering combining their pension pots. They are writing for the kind of sophisticated consumer who knows their way around pensions and is thinking of … Continue reading

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Opperman links launch of 2017 AE reforms to wash-up of small pots

Guy Opperman clearly enjoys twitter, he has mastered the production of a twitter thread (a series of micro-blogs that can develop an argument without fear of interruption). Here is the latest, which while being overly triumphal, contains some strong messages … Continue reading

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Searching for pensions? Beware of false flags

Anything by Paul Mcglone is a top read on pensions. Paul has an understanding for big data, the power of using it right and the dangers of getting it wrong. Here is an outstanding article that explains why Chris Curry … Continue reading

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Ian McKenna’s dashboard rant gets a huge “like”

I didn’t realise I had as much in common with Ian McKenna  – nearly 5,000 linked in connections it seems! Those bonds were cemented yesterday when Ian posted this great comment on my blog on pension dashboards. Ian McKenna Winner … Continue reading

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Putting people in control of their pension data.

At least one of my providers did that to me when I asked them to send my data to @henryhtapper at @agewage. Refused to do it and would only send to me to forward on. — alan chaplin (@achaplin71) February … Continue reading

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Pension Dashboards – project fear or poject fun?

There’s been some very positive news coming out of the Pension Dashboard Program  lately The Pensions Dashboards Programme will work with: •Aviva •Bud •Moneyhub on developing standards, refining the onboarding process for dashboard providers and testing the ecosystem. Find out … Continue reading

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The Money and Pensions Service is in a mess – and it needs to be told so.

This session of the Work and Pension Committee’s taking of oral evidence was a game of two halves. In the first half, David Fairs and Sarah Pritchard had a reasoned debate with selected MPs on how people could expect to … Continue reading

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