The Pensions Management Institute (PMI) has joined forces with Wealth at Work to tackle financial education in the workplace.
The firm will help PMI members understand the issues and trends faced by employees/members when trying to make financial decisions.
A recent Wealth at Work survey found 40% of employers surveyed did not offer their employees financial education around the pension flexibilities at-retirement.
PMI president Kevin LeGrand (pictured) said: "Wealth at Work will be at the forefront of helping to tackle financial education through speaking directly to the 6,500 trustees and pension professionals who are members of the PMI.
Wealth at Work director Jonathan Watts-Lay said: "I believe this partnership will strengthen the cause to support employers with helping their employees to make the right choices in the lead up to and at the point of retirement."
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