The annual Business Moneyfacts Awards is the highlight of the business finance calendar, and last night, 2017's winners were crowned at a ceremony held at the prestigious Lancaster London hotel.
Hosted by Romesh Ranganathan, the event welcomed over 600 industry professionals from leading financial institutions and trade bodies, all of whom were eager to hear who the winners would be. Those winners can justly be proud of their achievement – the awards are presented to companies and brokers who have consistently offered the most competitive products, the best levels of service and shown the greatest innovation in the business and commercial finance world over the last 12 months.
But it isn't all about the companies – it's about their customers, too. If you're in the world of business finance and are in the market for a new commercial mortgage, for example, need a bridging loan to plug a funding gap or simply want to know who can provide a top business credit card, looking for a company that proudly displays our Business Moneyfacts Winners' logo means you'll be getting a product you can trust.
"The seventeenth annual Business Moneyfacts Awards has recognised those providers, brokers and trade bodies that helped to make the previous twelve months more positive for businesses," said Lee Tillcock, editor of Business Moneyfacts. "While the last year has proven somewhat unpredictable on a political level, it has been profitable for many businesses, as well as their broker and finance providing partners.
"While challenges remain, there is little doubt that the levels of choice and willingness to find real funding solutions both improved throughout the year. The need to continue the good work that has been started is vital, and a continued commitment to quality and product choice as displayed by the worthy finalists and eventual winners of these awards is of paramount importance."
A full list of the winners is displayed below, but you can find more information on them and the awards themselves on our website. Congratulations to all, and we'll see you next year!
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