The Wealth at Work group acquires digital development agency Death by Design Limited as part of its strategy to further invest in technology and digital services.

The Wealth at Work group (“the Group”) – a leading financial wellbeing and retirement specialist has acquired technology firm Death by Design Limited (“DBD Digital”), based in Alderley Edge, Cheshire. DBD Digital has worked with the Group for over a decade, designing a range of bespoke technology systems and delivering marketing services.

The announcement follows the appointment of Jerome Gudgeon as Chief Information Technology Officer, who is spearheading the Group’s expansion of digital services.

David Cassidy, Chief Executive Officer of the Group comments; “We are by definition a Fintech business, although we prefer to refer to ourselves as digitally enabled professionals. Our use of state of the art technology to provide our Financial Wellbeing services to millions of employees has been increasing rapidly in recent years and we intend to remain at the forefront in delivering these services to companies and occupational pension schemes alike. These important developments help us increase that momentum.”

Jerome Gudgeon, Chief Information Technology Officer of the Group comments; “DBD Digital have a great relationship with us and have already been working with us for some time. It is fantastic to be able to innovate and make technological advancements with this leading digital agency.”

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