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Derin Clark

Derin Clark

Online Reporter
Published: 20/09/2021

The best within the investment, life and pension sector were recognised at the 2021 Investment Life & Pensions Moneyfacts Awards, which took place at a glittering ceremony in London.

The awards evening was hosted by comedian Lloyd Griffith and gave out awards to recognise the best companies within the industry.

Winners on the night included Aviva, which won Best Personal Pension Provider, Best Term Assurance Provider and Best Claims Support; Curtis Banks, which won Best SIPP Provider; and Whitehall Group, which won Best SSAS Provider and Service Beyond the Call of Duty. A full list of award winners can be found here.

Commenting on the awards, Lee Tillcock, Managing Editor of Investment Life & Pensions Moneyfacts, said: “COVID-19 caused consumers, brokers and providers to re-evaluate the ways in which they undertook their working lives. Against this backdrop, the finalists and eventual winners at this year’s awards should be rightly proud of their achievements and have offered a range of products and services that have best supported the sector, at a time when its success and growth remain so crucial.

“We were greatly impressed with the level of commitment shown and the upbeat comments given by service providers and brokers. There is little doubt that the levels of choice and willingness to find real financial solutions continue to improve and combined with the continuing success of the roadmap out of lockdown provides a real sense of optimism.”

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