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Moneyfacts Awards 2021 winners announced

Moneyfacts Awards 2021 winners announced

Celebrating 20 years of the Moneyfacts Awards, Tuesday 15 June was a spectacular day, as Moneyfacts announced the winners of the highlight of the personal finance industry calendar.


East Midlandsbased business Stonebridge won the Mortgage Network of the Year category, beating a shortlist of firms from across the UK.  Rob Clifford, Chief Executive of Stonebridge, had this to say about the result:

“We are absolutely delighted to be named as Moneyfacts Mortgage Network of the Year 2021. Our strong performance in 2020 was all due to our amazing team, their hard work, flexibility and passion to keep the business moving forward in spite of the challenges we all faced during the pandemic. The fact that we have continued to invest in our technology, communications and learning and development of our ARs – in addition to fully embracing all things digital, allowed us to support our firms whilst also achieving a great growth performance. I’d like to thank all the teams at Stonebridge for helping to achieve this win and our ARs for their continuing commitment to excellence.”

The annual live celebration was delivered via an exciting online event across social media, including Twitter (@FinanceAwards) and LinkedIn. All the results can be seen via #MoneyfactsAwards. This created an impressive buzz on the day, with over 300,000 impressions on the hashtag on Twitter alone, with a reach of over 75,000 accounts.

The celebration highlighted that even with the unprecedented challenges of the last year, the personal finance sector continues to be resilient and champion product competition and innovation.

Lee Tillcock, Editor of 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 personal finance 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 the continuing success of the roadmap out of lockdown provides a real sense of optimism.”

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