Media services for the personal finance sector

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Whether you’re a money journalist, a financial services provider or a consumer looking for a straightforward no-nonsense assessment of the latest product launches, MoneyComms has something for you.

Founded and run by respected personal finance commentator Andrew Hagger, MoneyComms offers a wealth of money related knowledge, expertise and information to help you stay one step ahead and make a more informed decision on those all important money matters.

If you’re looking for an honest opinion on the latest savings deals, mortgages, credit cards and bank accounts, be sure to check out the ‘Latest News’ blog

Testimonials

  • "I know I can rely on Andrew to deliver when I need data or insightful comment at short notice, his quick turnaround is invaluable when I'm up against a deadline. His knowledge, attention to detail and professionalism always stand out."
    Jeff Salway – Personal Finance Editor – The Scotsman,
  • I know I can always rely on Andrew for a quick response and a clear explanation, no matter what area of personal finance I’m writing about. His professional approach and attention to detail sets him apart from many of his peers.
    Tricia Phillips – Personal Finance Journalist – Daily Mirror,
  • Andrew is fast, informed, efficient, prompt and an absolute godsend. There are days when I couldn't do my job as a busy financial journalist without him! I know I can rely on him to turn around figures, stats, comment and information at the drop of a hat - and his knowledge and understanding far surpasses many in this industry 
    Esther Shaw – Personal Finance Journalist – Daily Express,
  • “Andrew's always my go-to guy for industry comment on anything personal finance related. He's consistently quick to provide well-written, relevant and thought provoking comment. Writing for nationals such as the Guardian, Times and Independent means I often need quotes and information at short notice and Andrew never lets me down.”
    Emma Lunn – Freelance Personal Finance Journalist,