Our Expertise

We employ a variety of experts to put together a full service solution. Our expertise includes a variety of dedicated specialists such as:

Educationalists – Experts in designing and delivering financial education programmes.

Marketers – To ensure the programme maximises employee engagement with all groups within your workforce.

Event specialists – To ensure all logistics are handled on your behalf from making room bookings for seminars to producing management information reports on attendance.

Advisory specialists – Covering all key areas of investment, tax, share schemes and pensions.

Investment management – Where an investment solution is required for a pension or to help employees diversify from their corporate stock shareholdings.

Technology specialists – To build bespoke and branded web interfaces with educational tools to enhance learning in the workplace.

Tax Specialists – To ensure employees seek to manage their affairs in a tax efficient manner – making the most of their company benefits.

Client Relationship Managers – A dedicated resource to manage your programme and ensure you have a single point of contact.

 

Some of our key people include:

David Cassidy

David Cassidy, Chief Executive Officer, WEALTH at work

David Cassidy has over 20 years experience within the financial services industry.

Download David Cassidy’s biography as a PDF.

Jonathan Watts-Lay

Jonathan Watts-Lay, Director, WEALTH at work

Jonathan Watts-Lay is a founding Director of WEALTH at work. He is at the forefront of the latest developments in the use of financial education and the provision of savings within the workplace.

Download Jonathan Watts-Lay’s biography as a PDF.

Latest News

Support for guidance pathways at-retirement is growing.

Support for guidance pathways at-retirement is growing.

10th December 2018

Over the past few weeks the support for guidance pathways at-retirement has really grown.

Poll reveals little support for defaults without financial guidance.

Poll reveals little support for defaults without financial guidance.

26th November 2018

86% believe that employees should not be defaulted into a decumulation pathway at-retirement

How employees could pay little, or no tax at-retirement.

How employees could pay little, or no tax at-retirement.

16th November 2018

Individuals could end up paying 200 x more tax depending on how they decide to access retirement income