Prudell, Dashly & Benefex: Proud partners providing employee benefits

We’re proud to be partnered with Benefex and Prudell Ltd to provide consumers with regular reassurance that they’re paying the right rate for their mortgage.

Benefex provides its partner companies’ employees with a host of benefits that promote their wellbeing. And we’re happy to say that Dashly is one of them.

But Dashly’s algorithms don’t do it alone. A mortgage adviser’s expertise is always needed.

So, when employees sign up for our service, Prudell’s advisers will use our 24/7 Mortgage Monitor to offer them the most up-to-date advice that’s relevant to their circumstances. Our tech, their touch.

Lyndsey Shaw, VP of Partnerships at Benefex, says:

“We are conscious of the impact the cost of living crisis is having on people’s lives, and how we can support our customers to limit the impact that financial concerns have on their employee’s lives and wellbeing. We are always striving to bring innovative new benefit partnerships to the market, and believe Dashly fits exactly with that mantra.”

Simon Redler, Managing Director at Prudell Ltd, adds:

“At Prudell, we pride ourselves on adapting to new ways of working and using technology that can enhance the experience for the end client. What is best for our clients is always at the forefront of all we do. You simply cannot ignore the pressures that consumers are facing. By partnering with Benefex and Dashly, we are now in a position to offer the very best mortgage rates to over 1 million people, making sure they never pay more than they need to. At Prudell, we believe that this is the essence of Consumer Duty.”

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