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Royal Mail Launches Salary Sacrifice Technology

Friday March 2, 2018

Investor News

Personal Group Holding PLC
(the “Company”, “Personal Group”, “PGH” or “Group”)
Royal Mail launches salary sacrifice technology to its employees

Personal Group Holdings PLC, a leading provider of employee services in the UK, is pleased to announce that, as planned, the launch of its salary sacrifice offer to employees of Royal Mail plc (“Royal Mail”) has gone live with immediate effect. This service will be provided by the Company’s PG Let’s Connect business (“LC”).

As previously announced in October 2017, the intended launch of the LC service to Royal Mail, a key customer of Personal Group, had been delayed for its internal operational reasons but has now launched in accordance with the Group’s revised schedule.

LC provides salary sacrifice on technology products such as iPads and computers to employees of Personal Group’s clients. The Group’s offering through LC has recently been enhanced and the customer experience improved, having migrated the ordering system onto Personal Group’s proprietary Hapi platform.

Mark Scanlon, Chief Executive of Personal Group, commented:

“This launch underlines the considerable value Royal Mail places in our Let’s Connect product proposition. In turn it also validates our confidence in the business, which forms a key part of our wider offer. We are delighted with this launch and look forward to continuing to grow the Let’s Connect revenue line as the year progresses”.

-ENDS-For more information please contact:

Personal Group Holdings Plc

Mark Scanlon / Mike Dugdale +44 (0)1908 605 000
Philip Dennis (Investor Relations) +44 (0)7947 868 206

Hudson Sandler LLP

Nick Lyon / Sophie Lister / Lucy Wollam +44 (0)20 7796 4133

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