Lighthouse Financial Advice has signed a three year exclusive contract to provide financial planning advice to members of British Airways Clubs.
The deal with the airline's employee organisation comes after Lighthouse previously partnered with union Unison, the Civil Service Motoring Association and Prospect.
Staff at the firms get access to a full range of financial advice services including investing for income and growth, retirement planning, pensions advice, tax planning including inheritance tax, life assurance and family protection as well as advice on saving for future family events such as university fees.
The BA Clubs deal means about 40,000 current or former BA staff members can get advice from Lighthouse from 1 July.
Paul Harris, managing director Lighthouse Financial Advice, said the deal with significant for his business.
Tony Dormer, chief executive of BA Clubs, said "BA Clubs has a contract to provide a voluntary benefit scheme for British Airways' employees as well as its own members.
"We are delighted to be able to add Lighthouse Financial Advice to our list of affinity partners; I am sure that the service they provide will prove a popular extension to our current Altitude Plus and Altitude Healthcare programmes."
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