Tag Archives: Origo

Dashboard? – we’re dash-less and bored!

  The title was my summation of a discussion of dashboard progress over the past four years. We’d been talking about what the general public want and had landed on precisely the model illustrated at the top of the blog. … Continue reading

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Why the door’s slammed shut on open pensions.

During the week, AgeWage was invited to compete in the  Nesta Open Up Challenge. Nesta is funded by the UK lottery – they are an agency of change sponsored by the likes of you and me; As any entrepreneurial start-up … Continue reading

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The Pensions Dashboard – remember that?

  It’s only been a few weeks since the Government announced its plans for a pensions dashboard but it might have been an age. In the fast moving world of Brexit, all is ephemeral and unless you’ve got a way … Continue reading

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Finding our pensions

  In a vigorous debate at DWP HQ, two quite different approaches to finding pensions emerged. This blog helps people to understand what the debate is about and why it matters to everyone. It matters because there is some £20bn. … Continue reading

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A pension dashboard for all?

I agree with Anthony Rafferty , CEO of Origo, that the dashboard isn’t just for those drawing to the close of their working (and saving) career. Rafferty writes in Professional Pensions Rafferty points out that to argue against dashboard, based … Continue reading

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Put the customer first – help the pot follow member

I have recently been passed the slides of the PLSA?ABI+++ workshop on creating a common way for pension  pots to follow members. You can find them here. What a mess we are making of something so very simple! Here is … Continue reading

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Pot follows member (unless we want to keep it where it is).

  In a statement this week on the sluggish service standards of firms administrating our Defined Contribution occupational pension schemes, the PLSA concluded The median transfer time is 11 days, and although some are much longer1, this is principally due … Continue reading

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