Old Meets New

Apr 17, 2018

The Pensions Age/ITM half day seminar looked at the challenges of old world data and practices colliding with the requirements of new world data and efficiency; considering GDPR, cyber security and new data management approaches.

“Data is not something we can pass the buck on. Without good data, you can’t do the basic job: paying the right person at the right time. You absolutely have to prioritise administration,” The Pensions Regulator policy lead Lucy Stone stated at this years Pensions Age annual data seminar with ITM.

Click here to read the full article written by Talya Misiri, Pensions Age

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