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The winners of the 2019 Moneyfacts Awards were announced last night during a ceremony held at the Pavilion at the Tower of London. Hundreds of industry professionals from leading financial institutions gathered at a special dinner hosted by Rob Beckett.
Lee Tillcock, Editor of Moneyfacts, said “The Moneyfacts Awards has recognised those providers and brokers that helped to make the previous 12 months more positive for consumers. The last year has proven somewhat unpredictable on a political level and while challenges remain, there is little doubt that the levels of choice and a willingness to find real funding solutions both improved throughout the year. The need to keep up the good work that has been started is vital, and a continued commitment to quality and product choice – displayed by the worthy finalists and eventual winners of these awards – is of paramount importance.”
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