Lighthouse Financial Advice has agreed a three-year contract extension to provide advice services to the 17,000 members of the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL).
ASCL represents more than 17,000 members, including secondary heads, deputy heads, assistant heads, bursars and business managers, college principals, vice-principals and others with whole school/college responsibility.
Affinity partnerships represent a significant chunk of Lighthouse Financial Advice's business, and the deal follows other agreements secured this month with the Bakers Food and Allied Workers Union and the Royal College of Nursing.
Other of the group's affinity partners include Unison and the Civil Service Motoring Association.
Malcolm Streatfield (pictured), chief executive of the Lighthouse Group, said: "[This deal] is a great endorsement of the work that LFA has done with this group to date over the past three years. We look forward to continuing to work closely with the organisation."
Jenny Jones, business development manager at ASCL, added: "ASCL has enjoyed a successful relationship with Lighthouse over the past three years, and we look forward to developing our relationship further."
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