Institute for Financial Wellbeing partners with OpenMoney

The firm's digital portal WorkLife becomes the IFS' latest partner

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The Institute for Financial Wellbeing (IFW) announced today OpenMoney’s digital portal 'WorkLife' has become its latest partner.

The IFW was launched in 2019 with Aegon as the founding partner member. Parmenion Capital Partners has also provided support since the start. Benchmark Capital became the third partner to join in 2022. The Institute was founded by Chris Budd who wrote a book on financial wellbeing called ‘Creating financial peace of mind' and is due to publish his second book later this year. IFW chief executive Nick March said: "We are delighted WorkLife has chosen to partner with the IFW in recognition of our developing work within the workplace wellbeing." WorkLife commercial director Paul Chedz...

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