Pensions minister vows to deliver dashboards after delays

Paul Maynard believes programme will ‘fundamentally change’ retirement

Sahar Nazir
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The Pensions Dashboards Programme (PDP) will be completed and remains a key priority for the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), pensions minister Paul Maynard has told conference delegates today (8 February).

Speaking at The Lang Cat's Regenerate 2024 conference, Maynard said the PDP, which will enable pension savers to view all their retirement savings in one place,  will "fundamentally change" how the nation views retirement options. "I want to make sure that dashboards are delivered," he told delegates. "I want people to think about their future." Maynard said he has a "vision" for dashboards, which is currently in the "nuts-and-bolts stage". He likened the vision to "an incomplete monument" that would be brought to fruition. The deadline for pension schemes to connect to the dashboa...

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