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How Pension Providers become winners in a data driven world

Data requests are a key measure of  “quality of service”. This is a sister piece to my blog for pension consumers published here.  Under GDPR, consumers are entitled to their pension data in a timely fashion. In a test last … Continue reading

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Opperman – pensions are for the long term

  It was good to see Guy Opperman speaking at Professional Pensions Live. This is my take on his speech and the direction of Government pension’s policy as we come out of lock-down and into the summer recess! Recently Guy  … Continue reading

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My noble Lords – you Canute be serious

King Canute was wise enough to know he could not hold back the incoming tide. This blog is about two decisions taken in the House of Lords which suggest that our peers have not learned that lesson. I have just … Continue reading

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Support the young , we are done!

I realized , as I filled in my submission to the Pension Dashboard Programme’s call for input (you can do yours here), that for my generation, the boomers, the dashboard will arrive too late. Most of our pensions are either … Continue reading

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AgeWage and Pension Bee call for Dashboards to tell us what we’re paying for our pensions.

Yesterday the Money and Pensions Service  opened a consultation on Pensions Dashboards’ data standards, seeking industry-wide input on the definition and scope of the information dashboards will  display. The call for input seeks views on:       the personal data items … Continue reading

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From PS20-06 to the dashboard; – can the FCA pull it off?

  Amidst the noise of the ban on contingent charging, the FCA published a long and detailed Policy Statement PS20-06 For the most part, the FCA is concerned with people safeguarding their rights to promised benefits wherever they may come … Continue reading

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Why the pension dashboard should accelerate.

The Pension Management Institute  hosted a webinar last week featuring Chris Curry and his Dashboard Delivery team, hosted by Lesley Carline, the PMI’s president. It was a good hour with an excellent question process which led to an interactive session. … Continue reading

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A dashboard of everything?

Is the Pandemic- a regulatory challenge or opportunity? More than 30 consumer protection measures in the UK have been put on hold since COVID outbreak. Regulators need to guard against lobbying to make these interim measures permanent. https://t.co/5lbFgbVXYF — Josephine … Continue reading

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Should we furlough the pensions dashboard?

Until someone delivers a date for the “Dashboard Available Point” – we can have no concrete expectation. Someone is going to have to be brave! https://t.co/2mkk8tWTD8 — Henry Tapper (@henryhtapper) April 8, 2020 The Pension Dashboard took a tiny step … Continue reading

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Why pensions and dashboards, need to be open – Matt Burrell blogs.

I always thought the ABI needed some left field thinking on the pensions dashboard, and they’ve got it in Matt Burrell who has written a blog that’s argues that pension providers are best trusted to show us our pension data. … Continue reading

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