Butler is tasked with spearheading the expansion of financial wellbeing engagement and support for employers for Salary Finance clientsacross the UK.
Butler has spent 25 years as a financial adviser, including a spell at Bloomsbury Financial Planning, has written several books on financial wellbeing and is a personal finance columnist for the Financial Times.
Salary Finance CEO Asesh Sarkar says: “We are incredibly excited to have someone of Jason’s calibre join our team. His experience and expertise in personal finance increases our ability to support employers in improving the financial wellbeing of their employees. We have already proved that finance can be delivered in a socially progressive way. Investing in our capacity to improve the financial understanding and capability of individuals is the next step in our commitment to improve the lives of working people across the UK.”
Butler says: “My passion is to inspire and help as many people as possible live a meaningful, fulfilling and authentic life, free from financial worry, complexity and mediocrity. In my new role at Salary Finance I hope to make a real difference to millions of people, by inspiring, educating and supporting them to be better with money, so they can lead less stressful and happier lives.”