27th February 2017
WEALTH at work, a leading provider of financial education in the workplace, supported by guidance and advice, has been listed as 16th in Insider’s rankings of the North West’s top 100 fastest growing small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Jonathan Watts-Lay, Director, WEALTH at work, comments; “We are thrilled to be ranked so highly in Insiders top 100 fastest growing companies. This is great news and is testament to the increasing number of employers who provide employees with financial education, individual guidance and regulated advice and our dedication to providing this. I very much look forward to further developing our offering to our clients as we continue to grow, delivering innovation and setting new standards of best practice.”
David Cassidy, Chief Executive, WEALTH at work, comments; “This is a fantastic accolade to be listed in 16th as one of the North West’s top 100 fastest growing companies. As a Liverpool based company it’s great to see a strong presence in the North West, creating jobs, economic growth and investment in the region. Our service is truly one of a kind, offering a full service for employers and pension schemes seeking to meet their obligations especially in the new world of freedom and choice in pensions.”
He continues; “Being headquartered in Liverpool, a city with a strong reputation in financial services is really important and we are able to offer local people, of all ages, the opportunity to become part of our growth story in an increasingly regular basis.”
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