PLSA 2023: Collaboration needed to tackle small pots issue

DWP outlines plans to introduce new data infrastructure to address deferred small pots

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L-R: Alyshia Harrington-Clark, Rob O'Connell, Lizzy Holliday, Laura Myers and Rachel Croft
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L-R: Alyshia Harrington-Clark, Rob O'Connell, Lizzy Holliday, Laura Myers and Rachel Croft

The pensions industry will need to work closely with the government and regulators to tackle the challenge of deferred small pots, according to an industry panel at the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association’s (PLSA) annual conference.

Speaking yesterday (19 October) at the conference in Manchester, the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) deputy director of automatic enrolment and defined contribution policy Rob O'Carroll said...

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