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Michael Brown

Content Writer
Published: 01/04/2022

After 110,000 consumers voted on their favourite providers, the winners have been announced.

The full list of winners and best-placed providers of the 2022 Moneyfacts Consumer Awards have been announced today. A full list of the results can be viewed on our page here.

“The Moneyfacts Consumer Awards recognise those banks, building societies, insurers and energy providers that are the absolute best in their respective categories. We congratulate all of the winners and those that have been commended and highly commended,” said Lee Tillcock, Editor at Moneyfacts Group Plc.

The awards, which were hosted for the 13th time last night at the Royal Lancaster in London, spanned 31 different categories from Pet Insurance Provider of the Year to ISA Provider of the Year.

The results were determined by a combination of consumer feedback via the survey and impartial analysis by our industry experts.

Out of the 110,000 consumers who voted for their favourite providers, three people won a £1,000 prize each. Moneyfacts would like to congratulate these three individuals on their prizes.

To ensure a fair awards ceremony, The University of East Anglia (UEA) was commissioned to verify the methodology used to determine the award winners. 


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