MAPS establishes 10-member steering group to take dashboards forward

First meeting next month

Kim Kaveh
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Chris Curry: "I look forward to working with the steering group members, who bring both expertise and the perspectives of their various sectors to ensure nothing is forgotten in the development of dashboards."
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Chris Curry: "I look forward to working with the steering group members, who bring both expertise and the perspectives of their various sectors to ensure nothing is forgotten in the development of dashboards."

The Money and Pensions Service (MAPS) has made 10 appointments across the pensions and wider financial sector to work on the practicalities of establishing pensions dashboards.

The steering group - which launched today (25 September) - will have its first meeting next month, in which it will focus on setting out a roadmap for the delivery of the dashboards, providing stra...

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