Liqueo has introduced a new financial wellbeing service for its 76 UK-based employees.
The asset and wealth management consultancy firm, which has offices in London, New York and Dubai, rolled out digital platform Moneyhealth from Evelyn Partners in a bid to “reduce stress and enhance employee experience and engagement”.
With built-in financial coaching, the service offers employees at all salary levels the option to control their personal finances with guidance on issues including budgeting, saving, debt, tax, mortgages, credit scores, financial planning and investing.
The platform also provides an executive consulting service for senior managers with more complicated financial affairs, enabling them to gain access to wealth management, tax and financial planning experts and a chance to sign up to an ongoing provision.
Samantha Wilson, financial controller at Liqueo, said: “Financial wellbeing is becoming increasingly important in today’s society and when Evelyn offered a service that would help us to reduce stress and enhance employee experience and engagement, we thought what a fantastic idea. We are excited to launch this additional benefit to our employees and hope it increases knowledge to make informed financial decisions and understand when and how to seek advice.”
Staff at the company will also have access to bespoke financial wellbeing workshops led by Evelyn Partners’ practitioners, covering subjects such as budgeting, pensions, saving and protection through a combination of webinars, guides, webinars and in-person seminars.
Tom Shave, partner at Evelyn Partners, added: “Following the launch of Evelyn Partners Moneyhealth, we have seen considerable interest in the service from forward-thinking firms. We are delighted to welcome Liqueo as a cornerstone client for the service and look forward to supporting their UK staff with getting the most from their personal finances.”