SPP: What's next for pensions dashboards?

Paul McGlone says there are several ways the dashboards project could now play out

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SPP: What's next for pensions dashboards?

In the Society of Pension Professionals’ (SPP’s) latest column for Professional Pensions, the organisation says basic work on the dashboards will, and should, continue but warns schemes and administrators against doing too much, too early.

The pensions dashboards are expected to be one of the most exciting things to happen to our industry in years. They have the potential to revolutionise how we engage with members, and many in the i...

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