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Your Money Awards 2009 winners announced

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17/07/2009

The winners of the 2009 Your Money Awards were unveiled in London yesterday (July 16). The full list of successful providers is below, but keep an eye out for the next issue of Your Money (on sale August 20 with Your Mortgage) for the awards booklet which contains profiles of all the winners.

Best Life Insurance Provider – The Post Office

Best Online Life Insurance Provider – Marks & Spencer Money

Best Savings Account Provider – Birmingham Midshires

Best Online Savings Account Provider – Birmingham Midshires

Best Banking Provider – Halifax

Best Online Banking Provider – First Direct

Best Personal Loan Provider – Tesco Personal Finance

Best Online Personal Loan Provider – Nationwide

Best Credit Card Provider – Marks & Spencer Money

Best Online Credit Card Provider – Sainsbury’s Finance

Best Travel Insurance Provider – LV=

Best Online Travel Insurance Provider – Direct Line

Best Pet Insurance Provider – The Post Office

Best Online Pet Insurance Provider – Churchill

Best Motor Insurance Provider – The Co-operative Insurance

Best Online Motor Insurance Provider – Swiftcover.com

Best ISA Provider – Barclays

Best Online ISA Provider – First Direct

Best Breakdown Cover Provider – Green Flag

Best Online Breakdown Cover Provider – Tesco Personal Finance

Best Share Dealing Provider – TD Waterhouse

Best Online Share Dealing Provider – TD Waterhouse

Best Student Banking Provider – Halifax

Best Online Student Banking Provider – NatWest

Best Children’s Savings Account Provider – Leeds Building Society

Best Online Children’s Savings Account Provider – Nationwide

Best Home & Contents Insurance Provider – Sainsbury’s Finance

Best Online Home & Contents Insurance Provider – More Th>n

Best Private Medical Insurance Provider – AXA PPP Healthcare

Best Mortgage Provider – Abbey

Best Online Mortgage Provider – Woolwich, mortgages from Barclays

Best National Branch Network – NatWest

Best Regional Branch Network – Norwich & Peterborough Building Society

Best Overall Direct Provider – The Post Office

Best Overall Online Provider – Nationwide

Best Wedding Insurance Provider – Marks & Spencer Money

Best Online Wedding Insurance Provider – Marks & Spencer Money

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