Redington and Quietroom form strategic partnership to better drive member engagement
Redington and Quietroom have announced a new strategic partnership. This brings together Redington’s pensions and investment consultancy with Quietroom’s award-winning communications expertise.
As part of the partnership, the firms will create an integrated proposition for DB and DC pension schemes, allowing trustees to access support from two specialist organisations via a single relationship.
The news demonstrates Redington’s continued commitment to expanding the services it is able to offer clients, whilst ensuring all advice remains truly specialist, independent and of the highest calibre. It also reinforces both companies’ desire to find new ways to overcome the challenges facing the sector.
Jonathan Parker, Head of DC and Financial Wellbeing at Redington, says: “The past 18 months have shone a real spotlight on the importance of how schemes communicate with members. We wanted to create a first-class communications service to complement our existing DC and DB consulting capabilities: Quietroom is a leader in this space and, having already worked with the team, we have no doubt they can help us deliver this to our clients.”
“We believe Quietroom is the perfect partner to help us drive a much-needed shift in how people engage with their pension savings. This an important milestone not just in the service that we’re able to provide to our clients but also in our broader mission of helping to make 100 million people financially secure.”
Mark Scantlebury, Co-founder of Quietroom, says: “We’ve worked behind the scenes with Redington for over a decade. It’s great to make our partnership official and available to clients. We have 20 clients in common already. It’s our ambition not just to bring our teams closer together, but also to use this partnership to develop shared propositions that neither of us could offer on our own. As the challenges facing schemes evolve, we need to think differently. We can’t imagine a better partner to do this with than Redington.”