Winners of the 2020 Moneyfacts Consumer Awards | moneyfacts.co.uk

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nigel woollsey

Nigel Woollsey

Online Writer
Published: 30/01/2020

Last night, at a ceremony held at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London, the winners of the 2020 Moneyfacts Consumer Awards were announced. Industry professionals from leading financial institutions and utility providers gathered at the exclusive dinner event hosted by Tom Ward.

Best products celebrated by the consumers

The best product is not always the cheapest and benefits can sometimes be overlooked. Therefore, these awards showcase technically great products that also have consumer approval.

The Moneyfacts Consumer Awards combine honest consumer feedback with technically elite products to reveal the best ‘all-rounder’.

Michelle Monck, head of digital at Moneyfacts.co.uk, said: “Over 170,000 consumers placed votes in the Moneyfacts Consumer Awards to decide which bank, building society, insurance and energy brands should be recognised as the absolute best in their respective categories. We congratulate all of the winners and those that have been commended and highly commended and thank all of the consumers for taking the time to vote.”

For a full list of the winners for each of the 30 categories covered, as well as those who achieved Highly Commended and Commended ranking, simply click here .

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