Industry says 90 days too little to prepare for DAP

This comes in response to the DWP’s consultation which closed yesterday

Jonathan Stapleton
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Smith: 'We are not in favour of multiple DAPs, for example by age cohorts'
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Smith: 'We are not in favour of multiple DAPs, for example by age cohorts'

The industry says 90 days is insufficient notice for most schemes to prepare for the dashboards available point (DAP) after it is formally announced.

The industry's comments come in response to the Department for Work and Pensions' (DWP) further consultation on draft pensions dashboards regulations relating to two specific matters - the DAP and ...

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