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Lockheed Martin Sets Industry Benchmark as Early Adopter of NCMA Contract Management Standard and Contract Management Body of Knowledge

National Contract Management Association

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), Lockheed Martin, a leading global aerospace and defense company, is one of the first prime contractors to adopt the cutting-edge National Contract Management Association (NCMA) Contract Management Standard™ (CMS ™) and Contract Management Body of Knowledge ® ( CMBOK ®). With this adoption, Lockheed Martin reiterates its unwavering commitment to excellence in contract management, ensuring that its workforce possesses the necessary competencies that align seamlessly with both the federal government and institutions of higher education, which have also embraced the CMS. The NCMA Contract Management Standard™ equips organizations with a structured approach to contract management, facilitating improved communication, streamlined processes, and enhanced risk management. As Lockheed Martin integrates this CMS into its operations, the company further strengthens its ability to deliver unparalleled value to customers and stakeholders. By proactively adopting this groundbreaking standard, Lockheed Martin sets a new industry benchmark, showcasing its dedication to fostering enhanced communication, transparency, and efficiency within its contract management processes. "At Lockheed Martin, we continuously strive to be at the forefront of innovation and industry-leading practices. Our decision to be an early adopter of the NCMA CMS™ and the CMBOK is a testament to our commitment to delivering exceptional results for our customers," said Debra Scheider, Vice President of Corporate Contracts for Lockheed Martin. "By implementing this standard, we enhance our ability to drive collaborative and successful partnerships, while maintaining the highest standards of integrity and compliance.” Kraig Conrad, CEO of NCMA, expressed his gratitude for Lockheed Martin's adoption of the NCMA CMS™ and CMBOK®, stating, "Lockheed Martin as one of the early adopters demonstrates commitment to their workforce and customers. This moves our profession forward on a shared vision of fostering a robust connection between industry and government through a common language.” The U.S. Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP) announced the new classification in a January 19 memo, stating that the CMS™ will become the foundation of a new contracting training system for all government agencies effective February 1, 2023. The new Federal Acquisition Certification in Contracting (FAC-C) (Professional) will now align with the Department of Defense framework (DAWIA), which is also based on the CMS™. The American National Standards Institute (ANSI)-approved third edition of the NCMA CMS™ is recognized globally as the preeminent standard in the profession. It serves as the basis for hiring and training frameworks as well as the NCMA’s ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB)-accredited Certified Contract Management Associate (CCMA) certification. The CMBOK® is based on the CMS™ and serves as the basis for NCMA’s ANAB-accredited Certified Professional Contracts Manager™ (CPCM™) certification. The National Contract Management Association (NCMA), which was founded in 1959 and is the world’s leading association in the field of contract management. The organization, which has over 18,000 members, is dedicated to the professional growth and educational advancement of procurement and acquisition personnel worldwide. NCMA strives to serve and inform the profession and industry it represents and to offer opportunities for the open exchange of ideas in neutral forums. To find out more, please visit About Lockheed Martin Headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, Lockheed Martin Corporation is a global security and aerospace company that employs approximately 116,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services. Please follow @LMNews on Twitter for the latest announcements and news across the corporation. Contact Details National Contract Management Association Holly Dehesa +1 281-865-3296 Company Website

July 06, 2023 08:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time

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This Independence Day: Meet the U.S. Army Soldier Next Door


A video accompanying this announcement is available at: For more information, visit Over the past 248 years, the U.S. Army has evolved to include Soldiers from every state in America and many foreign nations who represent the cultural backgrounds, experiences, and passions that reflect who we are as Americans. They are first-generation Americans, artists, musicians, athletes, scientists, doctors, authors, sons, daughters, fathers, and mothers. They are Soldiers who are dedicated to serving our country. As we celebrate our nation and approach July 4 th, now is a unique opportunity to learn of the unexpected stories of the accomplished men and women who have dedicated their lives to service. These Soldiers are also ushering in an era of change for the U.S. Army marked by modern policies that reflect the needs of a new generation. A striking example of this is Maj. Shahin Uddin, a Bangladesh-native, Army Public Affairs Officer, and father of 12 children. He lives out what it means to be a Soldier by exceptionally balancing his passion for service with his purpose in honoring his culture and caring for his family. Maj. Shahin Uddin conducted a media tour to discuss how the Army ranks have evolved with Soldiers who represent the multicultural backgrounds, experiences and passions that reflect who we are as Americans. Some of the topics Maj. Uddin discussed included: Maj. Uddin’s path to service Who serves in the U.S. Army today. Some of the misconceptions civilians have about Soldiers and military life How the Army is modernizing to support the needs of a new generation Contact Details YourUpdateTV +1 212-736-2727

June 30, 2023 09:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time

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French fintech expands into UK to rescue £20b platform economy payments


Every year over £20 billion is paid via online platforms to the army of freelance workers working for a range of businesses across the UK and, all too often paid very late. Helping these workers and companies get this right since 2019, French fintech Aria is today launching in the UK to be the default deferred payment infrastructure provider for the UK platform economy and B2B marketplaces. Aria has opened a new office in London and appointed embedded finance and B2B marketplace specialist Tom Lamb as Head of UK to lead its growth efforts and scale the UK team with 6-8 hires expected in 2023. Launching in the UK with both existing clients and new platforms, the launch marks a new chapter on the back of 2000% YoY scale-up growth supporting 20,000 freelancers per month with invoices ranging from £500 to £20,000. They are launching with European leading platforms such as Malt, Brigad and Dweet which are now being funded in the UK and Europe. Aria supports the growing UK platform economy which comprises the contingent workforce and booming online B2B trade, connecting to marketplaces, transactional SaaS platforms and ERP systems. Aria distributes early payment of supplier invoices and offers deferred payment options for end-clients via their API, letting their platform partners white-label the solution to create brilliant customer experiences and new revenue opportunities. Aria is Europe's leading deferred payment infrastructure provider for the platform economy, working with over 100 platforms to solve the payment gap between when suppliers need to get paid and when buyers want to pay for goods and services. Making B2B trade seamless for freelance platforms, B2B marketplaces and Vertical SaaS Aria integrates directly into the platform's systems enabling instant direct payments to suppliers across Europe and allowing buyers up to 90 days to pay for goods. Founded in 2019 in Paris by co-founders Clement Carrier and Vincent Folny, as ex-freelancers themselves they understood the pain of waiting for slow payment and uncertainty of income freelancers experience. Since launching their deferred payment API in 2021, Aria has exploded in France and Europe, to become the leading provider of deferred payment for contingent workforce platforms in Europe, working with the largest freelance platforms and marketplaces such as Malt, Brigad, StaffMe and SThree. With a recent debt raise of £50m from M&G Investments Aria is prepped for further growth in the UK and European market with annual finance capacity of over £1bn. Clément Carrier, CEO and co-founder of Aria, commented: “We built Aria to make instant B2B payments the new standard for the platform economy. Our growth has been fueled by solving a real problem for freelancers and businesses in a way that lets platforms keep control of their customer experience. Opening up the UK market is an important step in our journey to change the way businesses pay and get paid.” Freelancers contribute approximately £20 billion to the British economy each year. Yet these statistics are largely based on the gig economy which often doesn’t even include the highly skilled end of the freelancer spectrum. Some estimates push this economic contribution further, stating the spiralling growth of the gig economy in the UK could explode to a £63.25 billion contribution to the UK economy by 2026. When hiring pauses, the freelancer work continues. Fiverr found 78% of companies will rely on freelancing in 2023 rather than add staff with post-pandemic remote policies making it easier than ever to integrate freelancers. Critical talent gaps make it necessary, with year-on-year growth being greatest for web programming (43%), web design (31%) and social media marketing (25%) according to TechRepublic. With an average delay of 15.6 days, the UK has recorded the worst late payment figures since the end of 2016. One in ten British companies now delays payment to suppliers by more than 30 days. Aria ensures freelancers get paid in 24 hours and know that invoices will not be missed or go unpaid. Tom Lamb, Head of UK for Aria, commented: “It’s incredibly exciting to be bringing Aria’s technology to the UK, supporting platforms to solve the biggest problem facing many freelancers and suppliers. Post-Covid and in the current economic climate more and more companies are looking online and for contingent workforce solutions but struggle to get the same terms or experience to which they are accustomed. By working with our platform partners we make solving this crucial issue for businesses and freelancers simple, easy and automated.” The UK launch marks an important step in Aria’s growth and ambition to be the leading deferred payment infrastructure partner to the platform economy. Hiring Tom Lamb as Head of UK brings in expertise as the company looks to support more diverse B2B marketplaces. About Aria Aria is a B2B deferred payment infrastructure for the platform economy. It enables marketplaces and Transactional SaaS to improve their growth by offering instant payments to their providers while maintaining cash flow until their customer has paid. Founded in 2019 in Paris by co-founders Clement Carrier and Vincent Folny. Since launching their deferred payment API, Aria has exploded across Europe, to become the leading provider of deferred payment for contingent workforce platforms, working with the largest freelance platforms and marketplaces such as Malt, Brigad, StaffMe and SThree. For more information please visit Contact Details Aria Bilal Mahmood +44 7714 007257 Company Website

June 28, 2023 07:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time

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American Businesses Want Secure Borders and a Modernized Immigration System to Help Address Worker Shortages


A video accompanying this announcement is available at: There might as well be a giant “Help Wanted!” sign over the United States. The economy has bounced back from the pandemic lows, but companies have been struggling to meet their workforce needs to keep up with the surge in demand for everything from household products to cars. At the same time, the crisis level situation on our southern border is not abating, as the U.S. Border Patrol has seen 133,000 more border crossings through April of this fiscal year than during the same period of time in last year’s record-shattering totals. The U.S. currently has approximately 10.1 million job openings, while there are 6 million people unemployed and looking for work. The worker shortfall has also emerged as a key factor driving persistent inflation and higher interest rates. Securing our borders and modernizing our immigration system can help us confront these challenges. Many people wonder given the seriousness of these issues and the polarization in Congress if any real progress can be achieved on border security and immigration reform? The U.S. Chamber of Commerce believes not only that it can be done, but that it must be done. The immigration challenges we face today didn’t arrive at our doorstep overnight; they’ve been around for decades and have only grown in size and severity due to many years of congressional inaction. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is leading the LIBERTY Campaign (Legal Immigration and Border Enforcement Reform This Year) with over 430 national, state, and local business associations. The campaign launched with a letter calling upon Congress to address the crisis at our border and the critical workforce shortage before the year’s end. Many experts believe that expanding legal immigration to the U.S. would help spawn economic output by driving much needed labor force growth at a time when America’s population growth is stagnating. A nationwide media tour was conducted on June 20 th featuring Neil Bradley from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, discussing why Congress cannot afford to wait any longer to secure our borders and modernize our broken immigration system. Topics that Neil Bradley from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce discussed included: How serious our border and legal immigration problems are. What the consequences will be if Congress foregoes fixing the problems on our borders and within our legal immigration system. How a modern, pro-growth immigration system will help address the chronic workforce issues plaguing many American employers today and other economic problems we’re suffering from. Why the Chamber launched the LIBERTY Campaign with over 430 other associations. Contact Details YourUpdateTV +1 212-736-2727

June 26, 2023 03:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time

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Tribe WOD Founders Sue Factory 14 and Razor Group, Alleging Fraud and Breach of Contract

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The founders of Tribe WOD, a prominent cross-training and fitness equipment manufacturer, have filed a lawsuit against brand aggregators Factory 14 and Razor Group, citing deceit, fraud, breach of contract, unfair and deceptive trade practices, and unjust enrichment, among other offenses. The lawsuit, filed in Massachusetts Superior Court, alleges that the defendants, Factory 14 and Razor Group, failed to fulfill promises made during the acquisition of Tribe WOD. Alleged breaches of the agreement include failure to make earn-out payments as well as failing to provide access to business records – all outlined in the acquisition contract. Originating from a humble Massachusetts garage, Tribe WOD founders Alexandre Vitet and Jared Bane built their company into a $2.5 million enterprise before selling it to Factory 14, which later resold it to Razor Group. Despite promises of global expansion, enhanced marketing, access to industry experts, and potential earn-out payments, the plaintiffs argue that the defendants neglected their commitments, substantially harming the company and disregarding U.S. laws and business practices. Tribe WOD, which launched in 2019, swiftly grew to over $2.5 million in sales in just a few months, establishing strong sales channels via Amazon, Shopify, and various online platforms. This success attracted several potential buyers, with Factory 14 standing out due to its promise of multiple payments tied to Tribe WOD's annual earnings through earn-outs. The lawsuit contends that shortly after the acquisition, Factory 14 sold the assets of Tribe WOD to Razor Group, bypassing an anti-assignment provision in the original agreement. It is alleged that Factory 14 knowingly withheld information regarding this potential transaction from the plaintiffs. According to the lawsuit, Vitet and Bane had doubled revenue year-over-year and had expected to, at a minimum, match that. The lawsuit states that based on the promises made during the courtship and due diligence phase, there were immediate red flags after signing the acquisition agreement, and the situation quickly spiraled downward. Moreover, the complaint asserts that both Factory 14 and Razor Group systematically dismantled Tribe WOD, dismissing in-house creative content specialists and neglecting basic operational necessities. According to the lawsuit, Factory 14 and Razor Group failed to comply with federal and state tax, wage, and import laws and otherwise mismanaged the business financially. The lawsuit also states that the defendants had no U.S. bank account or credit card and were unable to obtain either and thus were unable to pay any of the company’s bills. The lawsuit alleges that the failure to pay basic bills led to lost revenue and the ability to serve existing customers or expand to new markets. The plaintiffs claim that their consulting agreements were prematurely terminated and allege that income from Tribe WOD was siphoned off to other businesses. The lawsuit alleges that Factory 14 and Razor Group essentially turned a thriving brand built by the founders with a rabid customer following into an Amazon seller with no identity, and loaded with unnecessary fees. The lawsuit seeks compensatory and multiple damages and injunctive relief, compelling the defendants to provide accurate and complete financial data. Interestingly, Razor Group faces a similar lawsuit in Texas, as it is being sued by the founders of Kettlebell Kings in a case with similar allegations. On its website, Razor Group states that it is trusted by leading investors Blackrock, Victory Park Capital, and Fortress among others. The Tribe WOD lawsuit was filed in Massachusetts Superior Court by Garage Sweat, LLC f/k/a Tribe Wod, LLC, Jared Bane, and Alexandre Vitet against Factory 14 UK Acquisition IV, Ltd., Razor Group GMBH, and Razor Group USA, LLC. This case has been accepted into and will be litigated in the Business Litigation Session, a business-focused sub-department of the Massachusetts Superior Court sited in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. The lawsuit can be downloaded here and at -end- Source: Garage Sweat, LLC f/k/a Tribe WOD, LLC Contact Details John P. David +1 888-859-6637

June 26, 2023 11:01 AM Eastern Daylight Time

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Futuris Company Expands With Historic Building Purchase


Futuris Company (OTC: FTRS ), a global leader in cutting-edge technology and innovation in the staffing and recruiting industry, is thrilled to announce its recent acquisition of a historic building in Rockville, Maryland. Situated in this historic district in Rockville, Maryland, the newly acquired building will serve as Futuris' new home office, housing its rapidly growing executive team. This strategic purchase marks an important milestone in anchoring the company’s plans and underscores its commitment to fostering creativity, collaboration, and advancement in the field of staffing, recruiting and technology. "We are incredibly excited about this significant investment in our future," said Robert Day, CEO/CFO at Futuris. "The acquisition of this exceptional building will not only allow us to accommodate our expanding workforce but also provide a collaborative space that fosters creativity." The building's strategic location in Rockville aligns perfectly with Futuris' vision of being at the forefront of the staffing industry. As part of its commitment to the local community, Futuris plans to use its expertise in staffing to create a number of high-paying jobs, and attract top talent from diverse backgrounds. Futuris plans to update and improve this historic building with sustainability in mind, and integrate numerous eco-friendly features, such as energy-efficient systems, green spaces, and ample natural lighting, ensuring a harmonious blend of functionality and environmental consciousness. Futuris is committed to minimizing its ecological footprint and creating a positive impact on the communities it operates in. The building’s proximity to world-class research institutions, leading universities, and thriving startup communities will facilitate partnerships and collaborations with like-minded organizations, further bolstering Futuris' position as a global innovation leader. With a focus on innovation, collaboration, and sustainability, Futuris strives to continue to create transformative solutions that address the world's most pressing challenges in supplying top talent to institutions. Through its cutting-edge research, a world-class team, and powerful strategic partnerships, Futuris is shaping the future and pushing the boundaries of what is possible. Media Contact: Gene Massey, Phone: 310-871-3668 Contact Details Gene Massey Company Website

June 26, 2023 09:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time

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Velocity Global Announces Ann-Christel Graham as Chief Revenue Officer

Velocity Global

DENVER, June 22, 2023 — Velocity Global, the world’s expert on work, today announced the appointment of Ann-Christel Graham as Chief Revenue Officer. In her role, Ann-Christel will drive the company’s revenue strategy and spearhead rapid, sustainable growth while also developing a world-class sales team. Ann-Christel joins Velocity Global with an impressive track record of driving growth for leading SaaS software companies, most recently as Chief Revenue Officer of Talend. As Velocity Global enters its next phase of growth, Ann-Christel’s proven leadership and execution across global teams, as well as her commitment to the customer journey, will prove invaluable. “We are thrilled that Ann-Christel is joining Velocity Global at this stage of growth. She has extensive experience with revenue and growth strategies, which are deeply rooted in a customer-first mentality,” said Frank Calderoni, CEO of Velocity Global. “She is not only process-oriented and diligent in her ability to build high-performing teams, but also passionate about being a strategic partner to customers and aligning their success with our own. I am confident Ann-Christel will make more than a meaningful impact and I’m excited to have her as part of our leadership team.” Ann-Christel joins Velocity Global as a seasoned sales executive, with a proven track record from over 25 years of driving growth for leading SaaS software companies across private and public markets. As Chief Revenue Officer at Talend, she was responsible for Sales, Customer Success, Renewals, Channel, and Revenue Operations teams globally, leading the teams through Talend’s cloud and SaaS transformation. Prior to that, she enjoyed a long career at SAP Concur, in a variety of roles responsible for managing complex, multi-million-dollar sales cycles to Fortune 1000 companies. Ann-Christel’s ability to build high-performing sales teams stems from a balance of process-driven discipline, technical acumen, and innovative thinking to deliver consistent and predictable results. “The impact Velocity Global can have on a company’s ability to build the right global team both efficiently and compliantly cannot be overstated and I am thrilled to be joining the company at such a pivotal point in its trajectory,” said Ann-Christel Graham, Chief Revenue Officer at Velocity Global. “I am looking forward to serving as a partner to our customers spanning SMB to enterprise level organizations and will be with them throughout every step of their journey. Together we can build strategic market expansion plans and effectively leverage scalable technologies, data-driven insights, and country-specific expertise to execute on those plans.” Ann-Christel’s appointment comes shortly after the announcement of Linda Lee as the company’s new Chief People and Culture Officer. Linda was brought on by CEO Frank Calderoni, who took the role in April. The company also recently launched a rebranding effort to more accurately represent its next phase of growth and scale. For more information on how Velocity Global makes opportunity borderless for people everywhere, visit About Velocity Global Velocity Global gives you the power to build your team everywhere—combining seamless technology and local expertise in 185+ countries. We make it simple to compliantly hire, pay, and manage talent anywhere. With Velocity Global, the world is yours. Start hiring across borders at Media Contact: Velocity Global gives you the power to build your team everywhere—combining seamless technology and local expertise in 185+ countries. We make it simple to compliantly hire, pay, and manage talent anywhere. With Velocity Global, the world is yours. Contact Details Media Contact Company Website

June 22, 2023 08:00 AM Mountain Daylight Time

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Watchdog Group Blasts Sweetheart Plea Deal with Hunter Biden

National Legal & Policy Center

The National Legal and Policy Center (NLPC), an ethics watchdog group, blasted the lenient plea agreement between the U.S. Attorney for the District of Delaware David Weiss and Hunter Biden whereby Hunter will plead guilty to two misdemeanor tax violations with no jail time and have a felony gun registration charge dismissed in a pretrial diversion program. Following the five-year long investigation, no charges were brought against Hunter under the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) for engaging in political activities on behalf of Burisma and Chinese interests, despite overwhelming evidence which NLPC had presented to the Justice Department in 2020. Hunter will plead guilty that he willfully failed to pay taxes “over $100,000” in both 2017 and 2018. By pleading guilty to two misdemeanors rather than two felonies for tax evasion, the sentence for misdemeanors ranges from probation to one-year prison sentence. The prosecutor has agreed to ask for probation for the tax charges. Notably, the charging documents don’t specify how much “over $100,000” Hunter owed for each year. Last year, it was reported that Hollywood attorney Kevin Morris lent Hunter over $2 million to pay his back taxes and for living expenses, suggesting that it was much more than $100,000 owed for each year. In any event, U.S. Sentencing Guidelines call for prison sentences of approximately 15-21 months for this level of offense. Allen Weissenberg, Donald Trump’s Chief Financial Officer, received a 5-month prison sentence for failing to pay taxes on company fringe benefits, a violation less serious than Hunter’s failure to pay taxes. “It’s outrageous that after a five-year investigation of Hunter Biden, the best that the prosecutor can come up with is a couple misdemeanor charges and then agree to a slap on the wrist as punishment” said Paul Kamenar, counsel for NLPC. “Hopefully, the House Oversight Committee will pursue evidence of bribery and foreign money influence of the Biden family,” Kamenar added. “Charging Hunter on his failure to file as a foreign agent would have been a no-brainer. David Weiss is going to look pretty stupid if there’s an even bigger bribery scandal.” said Peter Flaherty, Chairman of NLPC. Founded in 1991, NLPC promotes ethics in public life and government accountability through research, investigation, education, and legal action. Please visit ### For more information or to schedule an interview with an NLPC spokesperson, please contact Dan Rene at 202-329-8357 or ### For more information or to schedule an interview with an NLPC spokesperson, please contact Dan Rene at 202-329-8357 or Founded in 1991, NLPC promotes ethics in public life and government accountability through research, investigation, education, and legal action. Contact Details Dan Rene +1 202-329-8357 Company Website

June 21, 2023 03:16 PM Eastern Daylight Time

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Trust & Will to offer estate planning services through UBS Workplace Wealth Solutions

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Trust & Will, the leading digital estate planning and settlement platform in the US, today announced an agreement to provide discounted estate planning services to US-based employees of UBS’s corporate clients that participate in UBS Workplace Wealth Solutions ’ financial wellness program. Trust & Will provides an easy and secure way to create wills and trusts online, with the ability to customize legal estate planning documents that adhere to individual state and county guidelines. The platform uses bank-level encryption that protects customer data and complies with the highest security standards, including SOC 2 and HIPAA. Since launching in 2017, Trust & Will has helped nearly 500,000 families set up an estate plan to create a legacy. “The pandemic has drastically shifted our perspectives when it comes to work, and what we expect from our employers when it comes to providing comprehensive benefits, including education and resources for retirement, financial literacy, and equity planning,” said Cody Barbo, CEO and Founder of Trust & Will. “At Trust & Will, we pride ourselves on our award-winning company culture and are grateful for the opportunity to help build more rewarding workplaces across the country through UBS Financial Wellness.” According to recent UBS research, 68 percent of employees agree that companies have a responsibility to help them achieve high levels of financial wellness, especially the younger generations, who will soon represent more than half of the US workforce. Additionally, eight in 10 Gen Z and Millennial employees look to their companies for help with their overall financial well-being. “We look forward to helping employees of our corporate clients gain access to Trust & Will’s digital estate planning capabilities, which will provide them with greater control over their financial lives,” said Michael Barry, Head of UBS Workplace Wealth Solutions. “Many individuals do not have up-to-date wills or estate plans, and access to these tools will help them prepare for the future, shape their legacies, and provide a degree of support and clarity for their loved ones.” ABOUT TRUST & WILL Trust & Will is simplifying estate planning and settlement with attorney-approved, legally valid documents and processes designed to adhere to individual state guidelines. Since 2017, we’ve helped hundreds of thousands of Trust & Will members leave their legacy with an affordable way to create an estate plan or settle the estate of a loved one. Our platform uses bank-level encryption that protects customer data and complies with the highest security standards, including SOC 2 and HIPAA. Trust & Will is the official estate planning benefit provider for AARP members, along with several leading financial institutions, who all believe in our mission of helping every family leave their legacy. Trust & Will is an online service providing legal forms and information. We are not a law firm and we do not provide legal advice. ABOUT UBS WORKPLACE WEALTH SOLUTIONS UBS Workplace Wealth Solutions collaborates with corporate clients to deliver customized solutions across a range of programs for the workplace, including financial wellness, retirement and equity plans. We currently provide more than 10,000 employers and their two million employees in over 150 countries with access to financial knowledge, benefits programs that prepare them for retirement, and an integrated experience that combines the right mix of people and technology. We work side-by-side with our clients so that everyone feels rewarded at work and optimistic about realizing their long-term financial goals. To learn more about UBS Workplace Wealth Solutions, contact or visit Contact Details Danielle Nuzzo +1 631-807-7772 Company Website

June 21, 2023 07:01 AM Eastern Daylight Time

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