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Lieke Braadbaart

Online Writer
Published: 13/06/2018
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Last night saw the presentation of this year's Moneyfacts Awards, with hundreds of industry professionals from the UK's leading financial institutions coming together to find out who got to take home one (or a few) of the coveted awards. The glamorous ceremony, held at the Pavilion at the Tower of London, was hosted by The Last Leg's Josh Widdicombe.

"By continuing to display value, choice and innovation, all the finalists and winners at this year's Moneyfacts Awards should be proud of their achievements," commented Lee Tillcock, Editor of Moneyfacts magazine. "Providing the products and services that have best met the needs of consumers, the Moneyfacts Awards showcase the providers and brokers who have consistently demonstrated a commitment to quality and excellence that will serve them well during the next year."

The awards categories ranged from Best No Notice Account Provider, won by RCI Bank UK, to Best Service from a Mortgage Provider, which saw HSBC take the crown, to several Best Card Provider awards and of course the overall powerhouse that is the Personal Finance Provider of the Year. This last category was won by Post Office Money, with Virgin Money being highly commended and Tesco Bank commended.

Anyone looking for a new finance product or curious to see if their provider won Best Current Account Provider, for instance, can take a look at the list below to find the winners as well as those who were highly commended or commended.

Congratulations to all of this year's winners!

Best Fixed Rate Mortgage Provider Best Variable Rate Mortgage Provider

Winner: Post Office Money

Highly Commended: Yorkshire Building Society

Commended: Barclays Mortgage

Winner: Tesco Bank

Highly Commended: Nationwide Building Society

Commended: Cumberland Building Society

Best Remortgage Provider Best First-Time Buyer Mortgage Provider

Winner: Coventry Building Society

Highly Commended: Tesco Bank

Commended: Skipton Building Society

Winner: Hanley Economic Building Society

Highly Commended: Vernon Building Society

Commended: Yorkshire Building Society

Regional Lending Provider of the Year Best Specialist Mortgage Provider

Winner: Cumberland Building Society

Highly Commended: Cambridge Building Society

Commended: Monmouthshire Building Society

Winner: OneSavings Bank

Highly Commended: Kensington Mortgages

Commended: Vida Homeloans

Best Building Society Mortgage Provider Best Bank Mortgage Provider

Winner: Yorkshire Building Society

Highly Commended: Coventry Building Society

Commended: Hanley Economic Building Society

Winner: HSBC

Highly Commended: Post Office Money

Commended: Sainsbury's Bank

Best Online Mortgage Provider Best Service from a Mortgage Provider

Winner: Nationwide Building Society

Highly Commended: Santander

Commended: NatWest Intermediary Solutions

Winner: Halifax

Highly Commended: NatWest Intermediary Solutions

Commended: Barclays Mortgage

Mortgage Broker of the Year Mortgage Network of the Year

Winner: Mortgage Advice Bureau

Highly Commended: London & Country Mortgages

Commended: MCB Financial Services

Winner: Openwork

Highly Commended: JLM Mortgage Services Ltd

Commended: Mortgage Intelligence

Best Conveyancing/Legal Search Service Best Surveying Service

Winner: Countrywide Conveyancing Services

Highly Commended: eConveyancer

Commended: Gordons Property Lawyers

Winner: Colleys Surveyors

Highly Commended: Metropolis Surveyors

Commended: e.surv Chartered Surveyors

Best No Notice Account Provider Best Notice Account Provider

Winner: RCI Bank UK

Highly Commended: Virgin Money

Commended: Kent Reliance

Winner: Al Rayan Bank

Highly Commended: Secure Trust Bank

Commended: Shawbrook Bank

Best Fixed Account Provider Best Internet Account Provider

Winner: BLME

Highly Commended: Al Rayan Bank

Commended: Atom Bank

Winner: Charter Savings Bank

Highly Commended: Virgin Money

Commended: Paragon Bank

Best Cash ISA Provider Best Building Society Savings Provider

Winner: Virgin Money

Highly Commended: Al Rayan Bank

Commended: Paragon Bank

Winner: Leeds Building Society

Highly Commended: National Counties Building Society (including Family Building Society)

Commended: Coventry Building Society

Best Bank Savings Provider Best Secured Loan Provider

Winner: Virgin Money

Highly Commended: Al Rayan Bank

Commended: Charter Savings Bank

Winner: Together

Highly Commended: United Trust Bank

Commended: Masthaven Bank

Secured Loan Broker of the Year Best Personal Loan Provider

Winner: Loans Warehouse

Highly Commended: Norton Finance

Commended: Freedom Finance Ltd

Winner: M&S Bank

Highly Commended: Sainsbury's Bank

Commended: Zopa

Best Current Account Provider Best Card Provider (Introductory Rate)

Winner: Yorkshire Bank / Clydesdale Bank

Highly Commended: Halifax

Commended: Post Office Money

Winner: Sainsbury's Bank

Highly Commended: Halifax

Commended: AA

Best Card Provider (Standard Rate) Best Card Provider (Balance Transfer Rate)

Winner: Tesco Bank

Highly Commended: AA

Commended: Lloyds Bank

Winner: MBNA

Highly Commended: nuba

Commended: Halifax

Innovation in Personal Finance Personal Finance Provider of the Year

Winner: Eligible (Digital mortgage platform)

Highly Commended: NatWest (Paperless mortgage)

Commended: Yorkshire Building Society (Savings pledges)

Winner: Post Office Money

Highly Commended: Virgin Money

Commended: Tesco Bank


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