PDP connects first commercial pensions dashboard

The Pensions Dashboards Programme (PDP) has connected Moneyhub’s pensions dashboard with its central digital architecture.

Moneyhub’s dashboard is the first commercial dashboard to be successfully connected to the architecture, in addition to the MoneyHelper non-commercial dashboard and the Money and Pensions Service.

This connection means that the next phase of ‘extensive detailed testing’ can proceed through the second half of 2022 and beyond.

Moneyhub was one of three potential commercial dashboard providers chosen to work with the PDP in the alpha phase.

As multiple dashboards are now integrated with the government's central technology components, such as the identity service, the consent and authorisation service and the pension finder service, extensive end-to-end testing can begin through the central architecture and with the connected volunteer data providers, such as Altus/ITM, Heywood and Mercer.

Heywood announced today (23 June) that it had connected its internet service provider (ISP) solution to the architecture.

“We are delighted to have connected our dashboard in the planned six-month alpha timeline,” commented Moneyhub CCO, Dan Scholey.

“There is now considerable appetite amongst pension providers, banks and other organisations to offer their customers a single view of their finances in order to make more informed decisions and deliver better outcomes.

“We are proud to be building on our pioneering open finance heritage, bringing solutions to our clients’ customers, giving them control over their financial information, and enhancing their financial wellbeing.”

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