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nudge has partnered with financial wellbeing expert, Jeff Tulloch, (Financial Wellness Consulting, LLC) to assist in its next level of global growth. Tulloch will work closely with the nudge Board and leadership team as nudge expands at pace.
nudge, the global impartial education platform, is helping 1.5m people from 300+ organizations across 80+ countries improve their financial wellbeing.
Tulloch brings 30+ years’ experience in the employee benefits industry, including 25 years at MetLife developing and leading sales and sales support programs. In addition, he helped develop MetLife’s financial wellness program and led that team as it grew the program to support thousands of corporate customers and their financial wellness strategies, including many of the Fortune 500.
Tulloch has witnessed the need for a global financial wellbeing solution, like nudge, from his work with large global corporations. He brings a wealth of experience including multiple and deep industry relationships across brokers, consultants, advisers, and insurance.
Tulloch said: “I am delighted to be advising and assisting nudge. Through working with enterprise organizations over the years, so often many wanted a global financial wellbeing solution and there just wasn’t one. There is a real need for nudge’s global impartial financial education platform. And I look forward to helping the team in this next phase of growth.”
Tim Perkins, co-founder of nudge said: “We want to immerse ourselves further into the benefits ecosystem, building stronger relationships with brokers, insurance, HR leaders and other vendors. We are proud to have Jeff assist us in that endeavor and help nudge work progressively within this ecosystem and build stronger relationships. The timing is perfect, with the world of money more volatile than ever, 2022 is the time where organizations need to step up and support their people with financial education.”