We’re delighted to announce that Access Equity Release has won the title of “Equity Release Adviser of the Year 2019” at the MoneyFacts Investment Life and Pensions Awards.

The Awards

The prestigious award includes nominations from clients as well as an expert panel of judges.

The ceremony was held at the London Park Lane Hilton 19th September.

Martin Wade, Director of Access Equity Release said,

“This award is fantastic recognition of our dedication to quality customer service and high standards of financial advice. It makes us very proud that so many clients recommended us for the award and that the panel of respected industry experts agreed with them. Congratulations to everyone at Access Equity Release and sincere thanks to everyone who voted for us.”

The Moneyfacts group provides financial data for the financial services sector. Every year the awards recognise financial service companies who have continually offered high levels of customer service, offered competitive products and shown innovation over the past 12 months.

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Richard Eagling, Editor of Investment Life and Pension Moneyfacts described the awards as “The Investment Life and Pensions Moneyfacts Awards encourage excellence in financial services by highlighting those organisations that offer truly outstanding products, unerring service and client-centric advice. Central to the prestige of winning one of our awards is the rigorous process by which the winners are decided, enabling us to honour the standout companies over the last year. This year’s winners can be proud of their achievements.” Here is the full list of winners.

What is an Equity Release Adviser?

For clients thinking about equity release, advice from a qualified equity release adviser is compulsory. In addition, advisers must be FCA registered. Some, including Access Equity Release, are members of the Equity Release Council, which has extra criteria to meet. We believe choosing the right adviser is an important part of the equity release journey. You can read our tips on choosing an adviser here.