DWP 'missing point' in new dashboards consultation

Industry warns that 90-day dashboards notice period could present ‘real challenges’

Holly Roach
clock • 5 min read
The consultation closes to responses on 19 July
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The consultation closes to responses on 19 July

The pensions industry has warned that the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is “missing the point” in its latest pensions dashboards consultation, warning a 90-day notice period could present “real challenges”.

The DWP's consultation - launched today (28 June) - follows its first consultation in January which included a draft of the 2022 pensions dashboards regulations. These regulations included the r...

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