The dashboard is reliant on all schemes having data readily available, but this is not yet the case for many DB schemes. Paul McGlone says this is a challenge the industry must work to overcome
Pensions and financial inclusion minister Guy Opperman has warned schemes who do not have their data organised to the standard required for the pensions dashboard will face “draconian penalties.”
The pension schemes bill has passed its second reading in the House of Lords, despite questions over the breadth of government powers.
Lessons must be learned from open banking in order to make the pensions dashboard a success for the modern saver, says Darren Philp.
The pension schemes bill is set to boost income and protection for pension scheme members, says Guy Opperman, making 2020 a pivotal year for retirement savings.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has proposed increasing the general levy on occupational and personal pension schemes from 1 April 2020.
The pensions schemes bill will digitalise pensions and provide savers with greater confidence for retirement, Guy Opperman has said.
With schemes facing more administration tasks than ever, it is important the industry attracts new talent to help with potential capacity problems, says Kim Gubler.
The dashboard must be simple and based on consumer needs to be successful, Denmark and Sweden have found. Margie Lindsay looks at the lessons from the two projects.
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.
Boris Johnson's government will deliver its first Queen's Speech on 14 October, the prime minister has announced.
The Money and Pensions Service (MAPS) has appointed Chris Curry as principal of the Pensions Dashboard Industry Delivery Group.
The DWP has published its response to its consultation on the pension dashboards - asking the industry for support in the delivery. Holly Roach looks at what schemes need to do now to prepare.
Darren Philp says while the DWP's response to the pension dashboard consultation is a step forward, there is still much to do to ensure success of the project
The Department for Work and Pensions has published its response to its consultation on the pensions dashboard - asking the industry to "create and test" consumer facing dashboards by the end of the year.
Savers could be at risk if no legal duty to put their interests first is placed on commercial pensions dashboards, The People's Pension has warned.
As a hectic 2018 draws to an end, Jonathan Stapleton wishes readers a quieter 2019.
Steve Webb says pension schemes would be ill-advised to sit back and defer consideration of the implications of a dashboard for them.
Ros Altmann says there is no need for any legislation to get the dashboard project moving, and the first step could be to sort out data accuracy and reliability issues
Jonathan Stapleton says now the DWP has given the project the green light to proceed, it is now up to the industry to make sure it happens.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has published the pensions dashboard feasibility study, nine months after it was originally due.
The chairman of the Work and Pensions Committee Frank Field has written a letter to the pensions minister urging him to commit now to legislation for the pensions dashboard.
Philip Hammond's 2018 Budget speech was entirely devoid of any mention of pensions, but the documents do include some things for the industry to take note of. Professional Pensions rounds up the eight key Budget plans and shortcomings.