Published by: Michael Wheeler  

The Pensions Dashboards Programme (PDP) has selected three potential pensions dashboards providers to take part in initial development of the pensions dashboards ecosystem. In addition to the Money and Pensions Service’s non-commercial dashboard, PDP looks forward to working with the following organisations:

to support the early work on design standards and technology.

PDP is pleased to be able to work with Aviva, Bud and Moneyhub. They represent a range of different types of organisation that we are likely to see in the future dashboard provider market, in that they include an insurer, an open banking platform and an open data fintech. The ambition behind working with this range of providers is to ensure that we understand their needs and the onboarding processes works for potential dashboard providers.

The initial (alpha) test phase runs for six months from December 2021 and PDP will help its chosen dashboard providers prepare to connect their dashboards to the central digital architecture. The chosen dashboard providers will help refine the onboarding process, as well as taking part in end-to-end testing of the system, which will help improve its functionality.

Raman Dhaliwal, Head of Product at the Pensions Dashboards Programme, said:

“We are delighted that we received such a positive response from organisations intending to supply pensions dashboards. We look forward to working closely with Aviva, Bud and Moneyhub, as well as the Money and Pensions Service dashboard team, as we move into our alpha testing phase. We will work with them to develop and refine the standards and systems for pensions dashboards, so that we can provide a dashboard service that benefits consumers.“

Roger Marsden, Managing Director Retail Sales & Retirement at Aviva commented:

“Taking individual responsibility for retirement planning is more important than ever, and it’s great to see that a record number of people are now saving into private pensions. However, currently fewer than one-in-ten use the internet to manage their investments, such as pensions, even though it is a perfect vehicle to provide access to a range of suitable tools to help them achieve their retirement goals.  We’re thrilled to be a part of the next phase of the Pensions Dashboards Programme and alpha testing of the dashboard ecosystem, as ultimately it will allow millions of people to monitor and manage their pensions online in one place for the first time.”

Ed Maslaveckas, Founder at Bud stated:

“An open finance ecosystem in the UK is an inevitability now and projects like this are invaluable in helping the industry to adapt. Open finance carries with it a huge opportunity for wealth managers to help people make better provisions for their future. We’re focussed on ensuring that our clients are in the best possible position to capitalise on that and excited to be partnering with leaders like the Pensions Dashboards Programme to make it happen.”

Dan Scholey, CCO at Moneyhub added:

“We are thrilled to build on our role in the evolution of pensions dashboards. As the leading Open Data platform, we believe that consumers not only have a right to be in control of their financial information, but it is imperative for financial wellbeing. Through the work we have done with our clients, we are well placed to support the Pensions Dashboards Programme into its next phase of growth.”

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The Money and Pensions Service (MaPS) has established the Pensions Dashboards Programme team, led by Principal Chris Curry, to design and implement the ecosystem that will make pensions dashboards work and which will enable individuals to view all their pensions data via their chosen dashboard.  Pensions dashboards will enable individuals to access their pensions information online, securely and all in one place, thereby supporting better planning for retirement and growing financial wellbeing. Dashboards will provide clear and simple information about an individual’s multiple pension savings, including their State Pension. They will also help them to reconnect with any lost pension pots.   

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MaPS’ role in developing pensions dashboards 

Government has committed to facilitating the pensions industry to develop this initiative and have given specific responsibilities to the Money and Pensions Service (MaPS) which include:  

About the Money and Pensions Service

The Money and Pensions Service (MaPS) is here to ensure every person feels more in control of their finances throughout their lives: from pocket money to pensions. When they are, communities are healthier, businesses are more prosperous, the economy benefits, and individuals feel better off. MaPS delivers free and impartial money and pensions guidance to the public through MoneyHelper, which recently brought together legacy services the Money Advice Service, The Pensions Advisory Service and Pension Wise.   

MaPS is working to make sure the whole of the UK understands that financial, physical and mental health are all deeply connected. MaPS’ role is to connect organisations with the shared purpose of achieving the five goals set out in the UK Strategy for Financial Wellbeing.

MaPS supports innovation so that everyone can use the most effective methods to help people feel more in control of their money, targeted to those most in need and inclusive of people from all backgrounds. MaPS is an arm’s-length body sponsored by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).

For further information visit the Money and Pensions Service website: The public can get free guidance about their money and pensions: / 0800 138 7777.