UK’s WEALTH at Work Appoints Jerome Gudgeon as Chief Information Technology Officer

Wealth at Work,  a financial wellbeing and retirement specialist, has reportedly appointed Jerome Gudgeon to serve as its Chief Information Technology Officer.

Due to strong demand for its all-digital services, WEALTH at work is focused on innovating further to ensure customers are able to benefit from the latest technology. Jerome is quite experienced after having held senior-level positions in many international businesses such as TD Direct Investing, American Express, Fidelity Investments, and Global Processing Services.

David Cassidy, CEO at WEALTH at Work Group, stated:

“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. Jerome’s appointment is significant in helping us increase that momentum.”

Jerome Gudgeon, Chief Information Technology Officer, WEALTH at work, remarked:

“I am thrilled to be joining the team to build on the existing services and launch new state-of-the art digital experiences for clients. It is fantastic to be able to innovate and make technological advancements with a leading player in financial wellbeing.”

As noted by its management, WEALTH at work is a financial wellbeing and retirement specialist – “helping those in the workplace to improve their financial future.” Founded back in 2005, the team works “with hundreds of organizations across both the private and public sector by offering financial education, guidance and regulated financial advice.” Their financial education and guidance services are “delivered on a bespoke basis and can be specifically designed to help the entire workforce make informed decisions about their finances to support their financial wellbeing, covering everything from debt and money management through to optimizing employer sponsored benefits and retirement income options.”
This can be “delivered face-to-face or online and utilises digital nudge technology to encourage employee engagement and participation.” Support is also “provided through the creation of digital content such as webcasts, animations and interactive tools including the Financial Healthcheck.” All their interactions “are measured and can be benchmarked against the industry standard to fully understand the impact.”As specialists in their field, they “continue to enjoy exceptionally strong momentum and are recognised as one of the UK’s fastest growing companies by the London Stock Exchange.”
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