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Revealed: The winners of the YourMoney.com Investment Awards 2023

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Written by: YourMoney.com
17/03/2022
We are delighted to announce the winners of the YourMoney.com Investment Awards 2023.

Built on the strong consumer heritage and awareness of the YourMoney.com Personal Finance Awards (now in their 25th year), our Investment Awards focus on recognising the excellence in product and service provision in this sector.

Now in their second year, the YourMoney.com Investment Awards have been judged via a comprehensive two stage process:

Stage 1 – Investment providers are invited to enter their products into the awards scheme and are shortlisted by price and product structure, with the top five providers in each category progressing to stage 2.

Stage 2 – Shortlisted providers are benchmarked against user experience and customer service by a panel of YourMoney.com readers with an overall winner decided in each category.

Congratulating this year’s winners, YourMoney.com editor, Paloma Kubiak, said: “2022 was undoubtedly a challenging year for investors, as they navigated political and economic uncertainty, sterling weakness and soaring inflation amid the escalating cost-of-living crisis, the Ukraine war and the ongoing pandemic.

“For both seasoned and beginner investors, it has never been more important for platforms to educate, encourage and provide the best user experience to make investing easier during these volatile times.

“Following a rigorous process, these are the firms which have excelled in their field, as chosen by our readers. A huge congratulations to the winners of the YourMoney.com Investment Awards 2023.”

Here are the winners:

Best Overall Investment Platform – Wealthify

Best Investment Platform for Beginners – Aviva

Best Investment Platform for User Experience – Nutmeg

Best Share Dealing Platform – IG

Best Pension Platform – Small Portfolio – Bestinvest

Best Pension Platform – Medium Portfolio – Penfold

Best Pension Platform – Large Portfolio – Aviva

Best Investment ISA – Small Portfolio – Virgin Money

Best Investment ISA – Medium Portfolio – Moneyfarm

Best Investment ISA – Large Portfolio – Hargreaves Lansdown

Best Junior Investment ISA – Foresters Friendly Society

Best Lifetime Investment ISA – Dodl by AJ Bell

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