Mixed industry views on small pots

Industry comments on small pots issue as DWP call for evidence closes today

Jasmine Urquhart
clock • 6 min read
Mixed industry views on small pots

The industry has offered its views on the issue of small pots, with some calling for a 'pot follows member' approach, while others urge for the adoption of a default consolidator option.

The Department of Work and Pensions' (DWP's) consultation on small pots, which closes today (27 March), sought evidence from the industry on how to address the challenge of small pots. The DWP s...

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