The Co-operative Bank is delighted to have been named Best Current Account Provider in the Moneyfacts Awards 2020.
Commenting on what led to The Co-operative Bank being named the winner of the Best Current Account Provider Lee Tillcock, Editor of Moneyfacts said: “In terms of rationale, the results reflect products provided to the sector during the judging period in 2019-20 and based on the data displayed in Moneyfacts magazine or on any of the Moneyfacts online systems.
As such, the Best Current Account category was once again very closely fought. By continuing to provide support via a straightforward and reasonable agreed overdraft rate and a leading rewards bonus, the Co-operative Bank is the deserved winner of the Best Current Account Provider category at the 2020 Moneyfacts Awards. A clear pricing structure resulted in a competitive overall deal for consumers and sees the Co-operative Bank recognised as the leading current account provider at the Moneyfacts Awards for the first time.”
Maria Cearns, Managing Director of Retail Deposits at The Co-operative Bank said: “We are over the moon to have been awarded the Best Current Account Provider title. We are committed to offering our customers a transparent and competitive current account proposition and we regularly listen to feedback from our customers to ensure what we offer is right for what they need.
We’re very proud to have been recognised by Moneyfacts for our current accounts and we will continue to deliver the high standards of customer service that we set for ourselves and support our customers who choose to bank with us.”
About The Co-operative Bank The Co-operative Bank plc provides a full range of banking products and services to retail and SME (Small and Medium Sized Enterprises) customers and is committed to values and ethics in line with the principles of the co-operative movement.
The Co-operative Bank is the only high street bank with a customer-led ethical policy which gives customers a say in how their money is used. Launched in 1992, the Policy has been updated on five occasions, with new commitments added in January 2015 to cover how the Bank operates its business, products and services, workplace and culture, relationships with suppliers and other stakeholders and campaigning