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by uma


WorkLife by OpenMoney, the employee benefits platform, has promoted Paul Chedzey to  Head of Sales as part of its long-term growth strategy.  

Chedzey joined WorkLife in April 2021 as Relationship Director, leading the development and  expansion of the firm’s corporate adviser channel. Before this he held senior relationship  management positions at a number of fintech companies including Open GI, IRESS and  Intelliflo.  

In the newly created role of Head of Sales, Chedzey will be responsible for driving WorkLife’s  business development efforts forward and expanding the firm’s existing network of partners  and distributors. Working closely alongside him will be Relationship Director, Greg Mahon,  and Craig Maxfield, who was recently promoted to Business Development Executive after he  joined WorkLife in October last year. 

Niamh McLaughlin, Managing Director of WorkLife, commented: “The impact of Paul’s work  has been felt throughout the whole business this past year, and he has played an instrumental  role in bringing WorkLife’s offering to the corporate adviser community. Expanding our reach  and helping more employers realise the power of WorkLife will be absolutely essential if we  are to continue driving forward our mission of making financial advice and top-notch employee 

benefits available to every UK business – I have every confidence we will achieve this with  Paul in the driving seat.” 

Paul Chedzey said: “With so many firms struggling to recruit right now, the case for investing  in a high-quality benefits and wellbeing package has never been clearer. WorkLife makes doing this accessible and affordable for everyone and, over the past year, it’s been refreshing  to work alongside a team so genuinely passionate about helping companies do the absolute  best they can for their employees. I’m honoured to be stepping into this role and cannot wait  to see what the future holds.” 


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