One of the many partnerships in place with U er, wondering what the real impact is of the partnerships. Uber is offering MoneyFarm products to drivers in the UK.Carl Court/Getty Images. Uber has partnered with digital wealth manager Moneyfarm to offer its UK drivers pension and ISA products.Uber will offer a cobranded version of Moneyfarm's wealth management app to its estimated 40,000 drivers in the UK. It follows a similar deal with US digital wealth manager Betterment last summer.
Jo Bertram, Uber's UK manager, said in an emailed statement: "We've heard from many of our partner-drivers that they want to save for the future. That's why we're really pleased to be partnering with Moneyfarm, who will soon offer Uber partners discounted products from ISAs to pensions, along with improved access to financial education." Moneyfarm cofounder and CEO Giovanni Dapra told Business Insider: "They're very concerned about their drivers and this was a great way to provide a very strong benefit to their drivers while leveraging what we think is our best in class digital technology and wealth management platform.