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Your Money Award winners 2014

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18/07/2014
Your Money Award winners 2014

The winners of the Your Money Awards are those judged to have offered the most competitively-priced products with market leading service over the previous 12 months, from banking to savings, life cover to pet insurance, breakdown cover to mortgages.

The awards are split into two categories: Best Direct for those products and services offered by phone, and Best Online for those provided electronically.

The award for Best Overall Direct Provider goes to Tesco Bank, which has made in recent years made great strides in becoming a serious contender in the retail banking sector, offering a full suite of products to consumers hungry for a good deal.

Best Overall Online Provider was awarded to Nationwide Building Society, which triumphs with its simple, transparent, customer-friendly website, offering a full range of products.

Here is the full list of winners:

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