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Written by: YourMoney.com
13/03/2019
It's that time of year when we invite your organisation to submit products for judgement in the YourMoney.com Awards.
Entries now open for the YourMoney.com Awards 2019

The YourMoney.com Awards scheme is now in its 22nd year, and remains the most prestigious consumer-based programme in the UK, dedicated to rewarding excellence in the provision of financial products directly via the telephone, internet and branch networks.

The winners will be announced on 18th July at an awards ceremony in London.

Deadline for entries: Friday 29th March.

You can enter here.

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