Tag Archives: Pension Dashboard

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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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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Pension dashboards get a timeline to a timeline.

  The Pensions Dashboard has at last got its own website which you can access here It’s not the prototype website which you can still access here Nor the excellent dashboard ideas site which is here Nor does it link … 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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People’s Pension gets serious on small pots

The changes announced yesterday by People’s Pension and its parent B&CE are significant. It’s furloughing its sales team, battening down the hatches to new business It’s changing its charging structure, protecting itself against the ruinous impact of small deferred pots. … 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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Why delays in dashboard delivery hit the worst-off hardest

  This blog looks at how the information from the pensions dashboard could help those on low incomes with low savings and it focusses not on how they save, but how they spend their savings. I had hoped , following … Continue reading

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Open pensions; – the opportunity …and the threat.

Darren Philp’s a passionate guy and you should read his piece in Professional Pensions on how we should allow the Pension Dashboard to be part of the open finance initiative. He even has a Mary Poppins moment Apps and aggregators, … Continue reading

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Let’s kick the dogs out of the manger!

A good reason why pension dashboard infrastructure should be open … any payroll provider could then include pension information directly on payslips. I expect that is far more effective than signposting a single government provided dashboard — alan chaplin (@achaplin71) … Continue reading

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