Lending Works takes glory at Moneywise CS Awards…AGAIN!
Lending Works’ love affair with the Moneywise Customer Service Awards continued on Thursday evening, as we once again saw off some strong competition to scoop the ‘Best Peer-to-Peer Platform for Savers’ award for 2017 – making it the second year in succession that we have collected this prize.
Given that these Customer Service Awards – which pay homage to the country’s most trusted and best-respected financial services companies - are generally referred to as the Oscars of personal finance, and the ‘ultimate stamp of approval by the UK consumer’, the gong effectively confirms Lending Works’ place at the top of the tree in terms of P2P investment options for Brits.
But the plaudits didn’t end there, as we were later awarded the runner-up acknowledgement of ‘Highly Commended’ in the ‘Most Trusted Personal Loan Provider’ category – an honour which Lending Works has now received for the third year in a row.
This year, just under 50,000 consumers offered their feedback on banks, insurance firms and peer-to-peer lending platforms, making it the largest survey of its kind within the realm of financial services. Lending Works was shortlisted in two of the 29 categories on the night, and once again came away with coveted prizes in each. For that, we’d just like to say a huge thank you to our customers, and all those who took the time to vote for us.
Our founder and CEO Nick Harding, who was understandably pleased following the evening’s results, reflected with great pride on our platform’s achievements:
“It is always an honour to just be nominated at an occasion as prestigious as the Moneywise Customer Service Awards, but to be recognised as the best peer-to-peer lending platform for savers for a second time exceeds even our lofty expectations.
“The past year has been a difficult one for savers across the board, but every member of our dedicated team has been motivated to counter this trend by embracing innovation, world-class customer service, and other new initiatives to provide consumers with a market-leading alternative. This award serves as great reward for their efforts, and I sit here a very proud CEO.
“We’d like to thank all our customers for voting for us, and delivering such positive feedback. We have, and always will, put the customer first, which is the key driving force as we look to take things to new levels within P2P lending, and indeed the wider personal finance sector. Hopefully that will include winning the Most Trusted Personal Loan Provider award next year too!”
Our website offers information about saving, investing, tax and other financial matters, but not personal advice. If you're not sure whether peer-to-peer lending is right for you, please seek independent financial advice, and if you decide to invest with Lending Works, please read our Key Lender Information PDF first.
Wednesday’s Budget speech, coupled with the cut to Bank of England rates, represented a decisive response to the coronavirus. Here we analyse the impact it will have on mitigating disruption from Covid-19, along with the long-term implications of this significant fiscal stimulus.
Rumblings from the Treasury ahead of next week's Budget suggest tax grabs will be needed to fund increased spending, and it appears UK enterprise could be in the firing line. Here we articulate why targeting entrepreneurs and small business is ill advised.
In a difficult climate, customer acquisition and lead generation present stern challenges for UK retailers, and a great deal of marketing spend invariably gets directed towards getting feet through the door.
Over the last decade, there can be little dispute that the reputation of mainstream banks – and particularly the so-called ‘Big Four’ (HSBC, Barclays, Lloyds and RBS) – is at its lowest ebb.
The 2019-20 ISA season has been a damp squib, with banks disinterested in attracting savers’ cash, rates cut, and the stock market in freefall. However, the emergence of the IFISA means alternatives beckon for those seeking a stable middle ground in terms of risk and reward.
In a decade of slow recovery, the rapid rise in asset prices has been the standout. But how sustainable has price growth been, and could we be in the midst of a bubble?