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By Emma Ann Hughes | Published Jun 14, 2012

Lighthouse signs financial advice deal with BA

The deal will see Lighthouse advise about 40,000 current or former British Airways staff members.

British Airways is the latest major organisation to become a Lighthouse affinity partners.

Over recent years, Lighthouse has done deals with Unison, the Civil Service Motoring Association (CSMA) and Prospect.

Lighthouse offers affinity partners a full range of financial advice services including investing for income and growth, retirement planning, pensions advice, tax planning including inheritance tax, life assurance and family protection as well as advice on saving for future family events such as university fees.

The agreement commences on 1 July 2012, and all staff and members of British Airways Clubs will be educated about Lighthouse’ client-focussed financial advice in mid-June.

Paul Harris, managing director of Lighthouse Financial Advice, said: “This agreement represents a significant agreement for Lighthouse, and we are delighted to be working with such a world-leading brand to offer their members access to high quality personal financial advice.”

Tony Dormer, chief executive of BA Clubs, said: “BA Clubs has a contract to provide a voluntary benefit scheme for British Airways’ employees as well as its own members.

“We are delighted to be able to add Lighthouse Financial Advice to our list of affinity partners. I am sure that the service they provide will prove a popular extension to our current Altitude Plus and Altitude Healthcare programmes.”

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