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Consumer Moneyfacts Awards – meet the winners

Consumer Moneyfacts Awards – meet the winners

Category: Money

Updated: 15/03/2012
First Published: 14/03/2012

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You can now download the full list of winners from the 2012 Consumer Moneyfacts Awards which was decided by tens of thousands of public votes.

Industry professionals from leading financial services and utility providers gathered at the event hosted by television presenter Jake Humphrey at the end of January.

Thousands of votes were cast by consumers which were used alongside technical analysis by Moneyfacts Group to choose the winners.

Almost 60,000 surveys were completed before the event, resulting in 500,000 questions being answered on personal finance products from credit cards to pet insurance and everything in between.

You can find the awards supplement here:

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