The winners of the 2015 Moneyfacts Awards were announced last night at a gala ceremony held in the Pavilion at the Tower of London. Hundreds of industry professionals from leading financial institutions gathered at the dinner hosted by comedian and actress Sally Phillips, with everyone clamouring to find out who would be crowned best-in-show for each category.
A total of 29 awards were handed out to deserving winners – along with awards for those who came Commended and Highly Commended in each category – ranging from Best Online Mortgage Provider and Best Surveying Service to the Personal Finance Provider of the Year. Halifax was the provider to take home that accolade and proved to be the biggest winner of the night, having also won in three other categories and coming Commended and Highly Commended in two more.
Other big winners included Shawbrook Bank (who won three awards and came Highly Commended in one other), Kent Reliance (winner in three categories) and Norwich & Peterborough Building Society (two wins, one Highly Commended and two Commended) – overall, a great mix of well-known names, mutuals and, interestingly, several challenger banks.
"The winners and finalists at this year's Moneyfacts Awards can be rightly proud of their achievements, which are based on providing products that best meet the needs of their customers," said Sylvia Waycot, publishing director of Moneyfacts. "The Moneyfacts Awards showcase providers who continue to demonstrate a firm commitment to quality and choice across a wide range of products, at a time when the sector's success and growth has never been more important."
You can see a full list of the winners below. Congratulations to everyone involved, and we'll see you again next year!
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