The Queen’s cousin is offering free financial advice to hard-up NHS workers during the coronavirus crisis.
Edward Downpatrick’s Fintuity is giving face-to-face help over video calls for frontline staff who are struggling with their cash.
Lord Downpatrick, who is the Queen’s first cousin, twice removed through his grandfather, the Duke of Kent, has paid tribute to NHS “heroes” who need help while they fight the disease.
He said his advisors will help anyone struggling with things like mortgage payments or simply trying to make ends meet.
An online portal accessed via Fintuity.com will also help healthcare workers keep tabs on family finances while they cannot get help in person because of lockdown.
Lord Downpatrick, who is Strategy Director for the firm, said: “We are very proud to offer completely free online financial advice to NHS staffers at a time when family budgets are squeezed and there is so much uncertainty in the economy.
“Whether it’s making savings on mortgage payments, advice on personal finances or family and household insurance, our team of experts is here to help.
“Our NHS heroes work long hours on the front line every day, treating the sick and tackling this terrible virus.
“At this time of national emergency, it is absolutely vital that communities and businesses come together to support health service workers in any way they can.”