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Money Marketing wins website of the year

Gregor Watt Santander
Money Marketing associate editor Gregor Watt on stage last week.

Money Marketing was crowned personal finance trade/professional website of the year at the prestigious Santander Media Awards.

The awards were presented last week at a ceremony in London by former Olympian Steve Cram, based on the decisions of a panel of 30 independent judges from over 200 entries.

Judges described the Money Marketing website as “often first with breaking news and an essential place for those wanting to know the sentiment in the IFA community”.

Samuel Dale award
Samuel Dale receives his award.

Money Marketing political reporter Samuel Dale won the personal finance trade journalist of the year award while Money Marketing group editor Paul McMillan won trade/professional article of the year for his piece What a shoddy piece of pension switching research. McMillan was also runner-up in the online personal finance journalist of the year category.

Money Marketing sister title Mortgage Strategy was runner-up for the personal finance trade/professional title award.

The haul adds to the five awards won by the Money Marketing editorial team at this year’s Headline Money awards, including winning B2B personal finance title of the year for the fourth year in a row.

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There are 3 comments at the moment, we would love to hear your opinion too.

  1. Very well done to all concerned. For what it’s worth it’s one of my favourite sites as well and I think there’s always a fair balance of opinion in support of our industry unlike some of the other propaganda missives we see elsewhere on other web sites.

  2. Congratulations, well done, well deserved.

  3. Well done to all concerned. MM has consistently stood out from the crowd in highlighting the issues affecting the IFA sector.

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