Lighthouse renews advice deal with 240,000-member civil service club

For a further three years

Julian Marr
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Lighthouse Group has renewed its contract as the preferred provider of expert financial advice to Boundless, by CSMA - a 240,000-strong club for civil service sector workers - for a further three years.

The announcement has consolidated the national adviser's range of affinity partnerships, which also sees it providing retirement planning, mortgage and investment advice to employee organisations including BA Clubs, Prospect, the Royal College of Nursing, UNISON, Unite and the University and College Union.   Last month, Lighthouse agreed an affinity partnership with trade union The Social Workers Union to be its preferred financial adviser for an initial 18-month period. In February, the group agreed a one-year contract with the Money Advice Service as preferred adviser while, the month ...

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