View more on these topics

The Money Marketing Awards 2016

MM Awards banner 2016

Welcome to our winners special for the Money Marketing Awards 2016.

The advice firms recognised here have demonstrated their client focus, their ability to communicate the complexities of financial planning, and ultimately the value of advice.

The shortlisted advisers have been subject to an intense and robust judging process, so thank you to all of the judges who helped to decide this year’s winners.

As ever our provider awards are based on a rigorous adviser survey based on which companies have delivered the best service, the most innovative products and the highest levels of customer support.

Thank you to our all of our sponsors for helping make our awards ceremony possible, and in particular to our headline sponsor, Royal London.

I would also like to thank everyone that entered and gave so much of their time to the submission and interview process.

For those of you that were able to join us on the night, we hope you had a good time toasting the best of the advice profession.

A massive congratulations to all of those shortlisted, and to the 2016 Money Marketing Award winners.

Recommended

Sue-Lewis-700.jpg
3

Consumer panel warns of ‘real risk’ to consumers from MAS closure

The Financial Services Consumer Panel has called the Government’s consultation on public financial guidance “sketchy” and says the abolition of the Money Advice Service would leave consumers without a source of impartial financial guidance. The Treasury consultation closed on 8 June. Launched after the March Budget, it outlined plans to close the Money Advice Service with its […]

5

John Lawson: We risk a job half-done on auto-enrolment

By some measures, automatic enrolment has been a rip-roaring success. By March this year, 6.1 million people had been auto-enrolled into a pension and 110,000 employers had registered their compliance. Only 10 per cent of those enrolled had opted-out. But is this result really all that surprising? Auto-enrolment harnesses consumer inertia and the high number […]

Tech IPOs: The outlook in 2017

Ali Unwin, CTO & Fund Manager, Neptune 2016 was a weak year for technology IPOs – only 13 US venture-backed tech IPOs hit the market, in spite of fairly high public market valuations and investor appetite. Will 2017 be different, asks Neptune CTO & Fund manager Ali Unwin. Click here for article Important Information Investment risks Neptune […]

Newsletter

News and expert analysis straight to your inbox

Sign up

Comments

    Leave a comment