Duncan Howorth

From the blog: To say that data quality is poor in both occupational and other forms of pensions is an understatement.


In the world of defined benefits in particular, having the right data has operated on a 'needs must' basis rather than consistent maintenance.


The result? Lengthy delays and an unacceptable lack of preparedness.


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