More employers are recognising the need for and the benefit of providing financial education to their staff, so driving up the demand. And this is set to continue increasing.

Financial education may be introduced as part of an overall wellbeing improvement programme, to increase engagement with pensions and other benefits, to provide dedicated support to staff groups affected by change, such as retirees or those impacted by the reducing lifetime and annual pension tax allowances, or simply to reflect the organisation's culture and values to support their people.

Whatever the reason, financial education is here to stay and the best solutions don't just help individuals, they can also support an organisation's wider HR and strategic initiatives and drive value to the bottom line.