Towry Law has signed a deal to provide its online financial advice system My Financial Friend to Sainsbury employees.My Financial Friend allows employees to explore individual personal finance issues using their employer’s extranet service. It works in with existing IT systems and forms part of the employer’s home page or company benefits page. Sainsbury recognises the importance of independent financial planning and believes Towry Law is well placed to deliver quality advice through its national network. J Sainsbury spokesman Geoff Pearson says: “Installing My Financial Friend via our pension website opens up access for all our employees to gain further financial information and advice, complementing the range of our existing employee benefits.” Towry Law Financial Services director Alistair Gregory-Smith says: “We have been focusing our attention on growing Towry Law’s business-to-business operation within the employee benefits market for companies ranging in size from SMEs to the FTSE 100.”
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