Tag Archives: Pension Dashboard

Easing pressure on pension dashboard delivery.

The next stage of the Pension Dashboard Programme’s consultation into the delivery of the dashboard has arrived and it is the first since the mandating of the dashboard by the Pension Schemes Act. Sadly , we continue much as we … Continue reading

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Keeping the dashboard simple – is the DWP’s biggest challenge

    Steve Webb has urged the DWP to give pension funds a stronger steer on dashboard data. I suspect that he is worrying too much about the detail and missing the bigger picture, we really need to get on … Continue reading

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The Pensions Dashboard – Get ready

The Pensions Dashboard took an early step towards availability today with the publication of its data standard. This is more an expression of what the dashboard won’t do than what it will. What it will do day one is “find … Continue reading

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Bigger Pots and Bigger Pensions through Open Finance

‘Breaking Banks: A blueprint for Open Finance that puts customers first’ puts forward a series of recommendations to help create a functional Open Finance ecosystem in a post-Brexit economy. Within the report, COADEC calls for the UK government to break … Continue reading

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Pensions are stranded off-line; this must change!

Alistair “@HelloMcQueen “McQueen has the knack of finding insights where others fail to look. Here he is showing us how our behavior has changed radically as a result of a little spikey ball that none but scientists has seen and … Continue reading

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“Consumers aren’t fools” – dashboards and vaccines

“Consumers aren’t fools,” – Romi Savova (Pension Bee ) Reading the responses to the Pension Dashboard Programme’s consultation on the data standards employed to give us a view of our pensions, you might think otherwise. People are so dumb… Whilst … Continue reading

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Open pensions today – pension dashboards tomorrow!

Tired of manana? The Pension dashboard will arrive one day, but when it does it will be a pension finding service. If what you’re waiting for is a way to bring your pensions together then there are plenty of dashboards … Continue reading

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What will be the Government’s pension agenda for 2021?

This article is about the DWP’s pension policy agenda and my view of what matters to the Pensions Minister and his department. Opperman has shown considerable leadership in recent years and my view is that he is in a strong … Continue reading

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“We are only accepting digital signatures from IFA firms that do business with us”.

It was a short email to one of my colleagues…. At this stage we are only accepting digital signatures from IFA firms who introduce new business to us. So AgeWage was not going to be privileged with the data requested … Continue reading

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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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