The government has announced a pensions dashboard will be launched by March next year. But, as Jonathan Stapleton says, the prototype version will have significant limitations and will need to overcome a range of hurdles.
Yesterday, Economic Secretary to the Treasury Simon Kirby announced that 11 pension providers and administrators - Aviva, Aon Hewitt, B&CE, HSBC, LV, Nest, Now Pensions, Royal London, Standard Life, Willis...
Administration should be focused on what the member would ideally want, thereby delivering a better services, says John Simmonds.
HSBC will increase its assets under management on Moody’s Analytics’ defined benefit (DB) software platform, expanding its use from six to 15 countries.
Hurdles remain before dashboard implementation, writes Holly Roach.
The technological developments arising out of the pandemic will change the pensions industry forever, says Darren Philp.
The GMP Equalisation Working Group has published further good practice guidance covering the tax issues relating to the equalisation of GMPs.