Data risks

Sep 4, 2014

Nathan Jones examines the data challenges currently facing pension schemes following on from the ITM data and de-risking survey carried out with PensionsAge.

Good quality data has always been central to the successful management of any scheme. The findings of this survey underline this and indicate that over the next few years data will become an increasingly important consideration for those responsible for the running of pension schemes.

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