The government has been urged to involve more consumers in the development of the pensions dashboard as YouGov research showed more than 90% have not heard about it.
Steve Webb says as schemes may have to invest in systems to generate regular transfer values, offering valuable partial transfers shouldn't be too burdensome.
Most respondents were sceptical the dashboard could be delivered within two years
The frequency of potential scams in transfer requests declined three percentage points compared to last year, according to Xafinity.
Schemes should better communicate to members by tapping into their emotions and developing a coherent strategy, and using specific techniques. Kim Kaveh reports from PP's DC Conference.
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has said legislation will be required to ensure the pension dashboard has wide enough coverage so it can work for everyone.
Boards should assign responsibility to coordinate and develop their scheme's cyber security policy to one particular trustee, according to Anish Rav.
RPMI Railpen, which manages the £25bn Railways Pension Scheme, has adopted a performance attribution solution to help it monitor and improve its investment process.
Experts have urged trustees to take common and conditional data more seriously ahead of the 2018 deadline for their inclusion in scheme returns.
Trustees are being urged to push their sponsoring employers for better cyber security protocols after a government study found many do not have comprehensive action plans.
A planned amendment to IAS 19 under consideration by the International Accounting Standard Board (IASB) could have big consequences for scheme funding arrangements.
The sharp increase in transfer requests since the freedoms could breach activity triggers and incur extra transactional fees for some schemes, writes Michael Klimes
LGSS Pensions has partnered with ITM to complete guaranteed minimum pension (GMP) reconciliation projects for four public sector funds.
Pensions Management Institute (PMI) will review all of its qualifications as it seeks to adapt its offering to the changing pensions landscape.
The Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA) is piloting an administration accreditation standard for master trusts PP can reveal.
BlueSky Pension Scheme has appointed Mobius Life to administer a range of target-date funds (TDFs), Professional Pensions has learned.
Having successfully brought PPF member services in-house, the lifeboat fund will do the same for FAS administration to lower costs and deliver customer satisfaction. The PPF speaks to Stephanie Baxter.
Respondents say GMP equalisation is too complex, costly, and should be binned.
The industry should consider the creation of a pilot dashboard to test any problems before the real one goes live in 2019 says Margaret Snowdon.
The third-party administration market has seen an influx of schemes outsourcing for the first time. Daniel Taylor asks whether schemes should outsource or stay in-house
Changes in work culture and technology will lead to an 'Uber moment' for savings at some point in the future, Bravura business development manager Natanje Holt believes.
Girish Menezes says schemes need to re-evaluate their data protection in light of the forthcoming EU regulation and increased cyber risks.
The Swedish dashboard was launched 13 years ago but its progress has not been straightforward. Its chief executive Anders Lundström speaks to Michael Klimes
Michael Klimes asks if the tools that companies use to help staff understand pensions and finance are sufficient