Pension dashboard 1.0 could be ready by year-end, Origo chief

2019 is 'definitely doable'

Jenna Towler
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The first version of the pension dashboard could be in place by the end of the year as the project continues to make significant progress, the managing director of Origo has said.

Paul Pettitt said his organisation was working with major providers, such as Aegon, Scottish Widows and Standard Life, to get the first phase of the project up and running which could happen, in a limited form, by the end of 2016. He said the ultimate deadline of 2019, set by government, will be definitely be met though it would be difficult to ensure all pension back books and closed occupational pension schemes would be included at that point. "We want to set up a model for providing data which makes it less costly and less complex to deliver a pension dashboard. As a not-for-profit...

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