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Secondsight is the dedicated employee benefits division of Foster Denovo Limited and is a multi-award winning benefits, wellness and financial education specialist. We specifically work within the corporate and charity sectors.

Our passion is to create financial certainty for our clients’ employees through the delivery of an outstanding employee benefits experience, resulting in improved employee engagement and enhanced employer return on investment.

Our team can advise and guide you on most aspects of employee benefits and specialise in:
financial education;
pension advice and benefits provision;
group risk, healthcare and wellbeing; and
benefits communication.

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Why would anyone set up a trust-based scheme today?
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Why would anyone set up a trust-based scheme today?

Matthew Mitten, Partner at Secondsight, has produced an opinion article for Pensions Expert on trust-based or contract-based pension schemes and how employers can choose. Not so long ago, trust-based pension schemes were the only option in town. The format is [..]


Pension full?  Ask your boss for a ‘Wisa’
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Pension full? Ask your boss for a ‘Wisa’

You may already have a pension and an ISA, but do you have a WISA? Falling pension allowances and youngers workers’ desire to get on the property ladder have led to an increasing number of employers to offer workplace ISAs or ‘WISAs’ to their staff. They [..]


What are the latest trends and developments in financial education?
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What are the latest trends and developments in financial education?

What trends does 2018 offer organisations in terms of their financial education approaches and strategies? Strategy trumps tools Although financial employee benefits, in terms of products, services and education, are booming in the current economic climate, it [..]


Foster Denovo Group 2017 financial results shows return to profitability and 9% revenue growth
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Foster Denovo Group 2017 financial results shows return to profitability and 9% revenue growth

Our parent company Foster Denovo Limited and fund management company Sequel Investments Limited, announces its audited financial results for 2017. Before exceptional items, the Group reported EBITDA of £148,000, compared to a loss of £329,000 for 2016.  [..]


How can creating employee stakeholders boost motivation?
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How can creating employee stakeholders boost motivation?

Success is a mutually beneficial proposition between the employer and employee. If an organisation is to thrive, its employees must perform to the very best of their abilities; in turn, employees benefit in manifold ways from their employer’s success, such as [..]


Financial wellbeing means stepping beyond pensions
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Financial wellbeing means stepping beyond pensions

Darren Laverty, Partner at Secondsight, has written a blog post in Pensions Expert discussing what makes a successful financial wellbeing strategy. It is fair to say employers have been thinking about financial wellbeing for years – even before auto-enrolment [..]


Cost concerns hinder company action on staff financial wellbeing
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Cost concerns hinder company action on staff financial wellbeing

Despite the recognition of the money challenges facing employees, getting financial wellbeing onto the board-level agenda is a challenge for HR professionals [and] reward professional, with experts urging corporate boards to tackle the area of financial wellbeing [..]


Foster Denovo shortlisted for prestigious Investors in People Award 2018
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Foster Denovo shortlisted for prestigious Investors in People Award 2018

Our parent company Foster Denovo has been shortlisted in the Silver Employer of the year 50-249 category at the Investors in People Awards 2018. The Awards process is led by a team of professionals and celebrates the best people management practices amongst [..]


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