Support for PDP dashboard staging recommendations

PDP said staging should comprise of three waves and start with 1,000+ member schemes

Holly Roach
clock • 3 min read
'Wave one' is set to begin in April 2023 and will run for up to two years
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'Wave one' is set to begin in April 2023 and will run for up to two years

The pensions industry is mostly supportive of the recommended scope for staging of the pensions dashboards, according to the Pensions Dashboards Programme (PDP).

The programme revealed more than 60% of respondents to its call for input - which closed to responses on 9 July - ‘explicitly agreed' with its recommendation to prioritise staging all occupational schemes...

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