Four in five doubt 2023 dashboard delivery date

Although majority are also confident they can provide data necessary from their schemes

James Phillips
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PMI president Lesley Alexander: Main stumbling blocks are cost and resources
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PMI president Lesley Alexander: Main stumbling blocks are cost and resources

The industry lacks confidence that the pensions dashboard will be delivered as pledged by the 2023 expected date, according to the Pensions Management Institute (PMI).

While 56% of industry respondents to a PMI Pulse survey said they believed their scheme or one they advise would be able to provide the data by 2023, 78% said they were not confident about the deli...

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