MoneyAge Awards 2017 - winners announced

Written by Adam Cadle
13/10/2017

The winners of the second annual MoneyAge Awards were announced last night at a gala ceremony in London.

Comedian Holly Walsh presented the awards to hundreds of personal finance industry professionals at the Millennium Hotel London.

Among the 23 winners were Profile Pensions and Origen Financial Services who won Financial Adviser of the Year (small to medium firm) and Financial Adviser of the Year (medium to large firm) respectively.

The Melton Building Society took home Mortgage Provider of the Year and the Bank/Building Society of the Year went to Bank of Ireland.

The winners:

Financial Adviser of the Year (small to medium firm)
Profile Pensions

Financial Adviser of the Year (medium to large firm)
Origen Financial Services

Innovation in Consumer Finance Award
True Potential LLP

Innovation in Consumer Finance (technology) Award
PensionBee

Mortgage Provider of the Year
The Melton Building Society

Mortgage Adviser of the Year or Mortgage Broker of the Year
Fox Davidson Ltd

Equity Release Lender of the Year
Pure Retirement

ISA Provider of the Year
Santander UK

Highly commended: Shepherds Friendly Society

Bank/Building Society of the Year
Bank of Ireland

Spreadbetting Provider of the Year
InterTrader

Loan Provider of the Year
SalaryFinance

Peer to Peer Loan Provider of the Year
Zopa

Pension Provider of the Year
Scottish Widows

SIPP Provider of the Year
AJ Bell Youinvest

Wealth Management Firm of the Year
True Potential Wealth Management LLP

Highly commended: Nutmeg

Online Share Dealing Provider
Halifax Share Dealing Limited

Ethical Financial Services Provider of the Year/Best Charity Partnership of the Year
Neyber

Travel Money Provider of the Year
eurochange

Money Transfer Provider of the Year
Xendpay

Motor Insurance Provider of the Year
1st Central

Life Company of the Year
Wesleyan

Marketing Campaign of the Year
Schroders

Consumer Champion of the Year
Currencies Direct

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