WEALTH at work listed as one of the ‘1000 companies to Inspire Britain’ 2020.


WEALTH at work has once again been acknowledged as one of the 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain by the London Stock Exchange Group.  The report recognises the UK’s fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium sized businesses, highlighting the regional and sector diversity of the UK’s SMEs and the entrepreneurial spirit shown by these companies.

To be featured in the report, businesses had to demonstrate strong revenue growth over the last three years and outperform their sector peers, creating a unique list of the UK’s most innovative SMEs. Further details on the 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain report and methodology can be found online at www.1000companies.com.

WEALTH at work, a specialist provider of financial education and guidance in the workplace supported by regulated financial advice for individuals, is headquartered in Liverpool and employs almost 300 staff across the UK. Its corporate clients include both private and public sector and ranges from large multi-nationals to SMEs. It has provided financial education services to hundreds of thousands of employees on a range of financial topics including pensions, share schemes, general financial wellbeing, redundancy and retirement planning. It also offers financial guidance and had provided this on a one to one basis to employees to ensure they understand difficult subjects such as pension closures or their retirement income options.  These services can then be supported by regulated financial advice when required.

David Cassidy, Chief Executive of WEALTH at work, comments; “We are privileged to be listed as one of the most inspiring and fastest-growing companies in the UK by the London Stock Exchange Group for the third time in recent years. As a Liverpool-based company, we are proud of our strong presence in the North West, creating economic growth and investment in the region in what has been a challenging year for many. We offer a unique service for employers and pension schemes across the UK, in a world of freedom and choice in pensions. We very much look forward to further developing our offering in the near future.”

David Schwimmer, CEO, London Stock Exchange Group comments; “This report highlights the vital role of SMEs in driving economic growth, leading innovation and providing jobs across the UK. In this challenging year for businesses, it is more important than ever to shine a light on these stories of resilience and entrepreneurship. The success of UK SMEs is crucial as we rebuild a post COVID-19 economy, and London Stock Exchange Group is committed to helping growth companies achieve their potential.”

The Rt Hon John Glen MP, Economic Secretary to the Treasury comments; “SMEs are the engine room of our economy. They have risen to the immense challenges of this year with resilience and ingenuity, and we are proud to support them with one of the most generous and comprehensive packages for businesses anywhere in the world. It is more important than ever that we champion the companies in this year’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain report and many others like them – they are creating jobs, spurring on our economic recovery, and building the industries of the future.”

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