Darren Philp says the dashboard programme team should be congratulated on the work it has done to put together a properly scoped out and stress tested plan that will maximise the chance of the project's success
The Pensions Dashboard Programme (PDP) has issued an invitation to tender for digital architecture suppliers to design and implement the ecosystem that will allow dashboards to work.
The Pensions Dashboard Programme (PDP) has published key data standards which will underpin the initial technology used to allow savers to view their pensions.
Timeline for pensions dashboards announced - Data standards due in December but consumer offering not available until at least 2023
The Pensions Dashboards Programme (PDP) has published its second progress update report – setting out a timeline for the development of the project.
The pensions industry must personalise interventions and auto-enrolment (AE) conversations to prevent members from squandering their pots at retirement age, according to industry experts.
Pensions schemes will face significant additional working costs reaching into the millions of pounds to prepare their data for the pensions dashboard, according to Lane Clark & Peacock (LCP).
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The Money and Pensions Service (Maps) has started a six-week period of informal market engagement with potential suppliers of the digital architecture for the pensions dashboards.
Enormous amounts of work are still required in order to deliver the pensions dashboard. Ros Altmann looks at the issues involved and urges politicians not to abandon the idea of an independent public dashboard.
The Money and Pensions Service (Maps) has published its first full report on progress on the pensions dashboard so far and has flagged “significant” delivery challenges in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
Auto-enrolment reforms have transformed the UK’s pension system. Nick Reeve looks at latest research examining the lessons to be learned from the process.
The industry needs to spend a significant amount of money on data and administration to make the dashboard worthwhile, according to pension professionals.
The Money and Pensions Service (MAPS) has made ten appointments across the pensions and wider financial sector to work on the practicalities of establishing pensions dashboards.
Professional Pensions is holding its defined contribution (DC) conference on 4 September.
Auto-enrolment (AE) minimum contribution rates could rise to 12% by 2030, with a 50/50 split between employer and employee, the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) says.
The Money and Pensions Service (MAPS) has appointed Chris Curry as principal of the Pensions Dashboard Industry Delivery Group.
The Pensions Policy Institute (PPI) has appointed seven further governors to join over 100 already in post.
Universities UK (UUK) has appointed Ronnie Bowie, Sally Bridgeland and Chris Curry to the Universities Superannuation Scheme's (USS) joint expert panel, to examine the valuation of the USS.
Phasing has arrived with auto-enrolment contributions rising from 2% to 5% for millions of pension savers. As we wait to see what happens as a result, James Phillips asks what's next.
The government has set out plans to scrap the auto-enrolment (AE) lower earnings limit and extend the programme to 18-year-olds, but not until the mid-2020s.
Ahead of the results of the automatic enrolment (AE) review, PP looks at what could come up.
The three chairmen of the DWP's review of AE explain their key thinking around the future of the flagship programme. James Phillips reports