Winners of the Finder Investing & Saving Innovation Awards 2021 revealed

Posted: 28 October 2021 4:45 pm

Now in their second year, these awards recognise the investing and saving providers displaying the best innovations in their field.

Personal finance comparison site has today revealed the winners of its second Investing & Saving Innovation Awards.

The awards identify the most innovative providers across the areas of saving, stocks and shares ISAs, pensions, share dealing, ESG investing, and CFD and forex trading.

The shortlist of finalists in each category was selected by Finder’s subject area specialists, who identified the brands they felt were exhibiting key innovations in their field.

An expert judging panel then decided the winning and highly commended companies by assessing the shortlisted finalists across three different criteria: uniqueness of innovation, impact in the market and value to customers.

Thirteen awards have been handed out to the winning and highly commended companies in the following seven categories:

Saving Innovation
Winner: Moneybox

Highly commended: Revolut

Stocks & Shares ISA Innovation

Winner: Plum

Highly commended: Trading 212

Pensions Innovation

Winner: PensionBee
Highly commended: Moneybox

Share Dealing Innovation

Winner: Freetrade
Highly commended: Trading 212

CFD & Forex Trading Innovation

Winner: eToro

Highly commended: City Index

ESG Investing Innovation

Winner: Sugi

Highly commended: Tulipshare

Investing Innovation Newcomer Award

Winner: Sugi

Congratulations to all of the award-winning companies!

To find out more about these awards, the finalists and the judging panel, visit our Investing & Saving Innovation Awards 2021 page.

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