National advice firm Lighthouse Financial Advice (LFA) has signed a new two-year contract to provide financial planning advice to members of benefits manager Parliament Hill.
The firm connects Lighthouse with 60 membership organisations managing members' benefits packages, and in excess of 1.5 million members.
LFA also renewed its contract with Prospect, a union for professional engineers, for a further three years.
The two contracts add to Lighthouse's number of established affinity partnerships, including UNISON, The Bakers Food and Allied Workers Union, BA Clubs, the Association of School and College Leaders and the Civil Service Motoring Association.
LFA chief executive Malcolm Streatfield said the firm will pursue further contracts: "The board is delighted that LFA has secured this partnership with Parliament Hill and to have achieved a further increase in the number of affinity contracts for LFA.
"We look forward to developing a strong relationship with Parliament Hill over the coming two years and to providing expert financial advice to its members across the UK.
"The board is pleased with the success already achieved in this space and continues to work to increase our affinity partnerships through the LFA division."
Benefits manager Parliament Hill was established in 2004 and now has clients including a number of major institutions and associations such as trade unions, colleges, clubs and societies.
Union Prospect, which started working with LFA in 2007, has more than 120,000 members, including engineers, scientists, managers and specialists in areas as diverse as agriculture, defence, energy, environment, heritage, shipbuilding, telecoms and transport.
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