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Interactive Investor moves to Moneyfacts for personal finance data

Building on the existing investment services – including £10 share trading, an award winning fund supermarket, CFDs and more – Interactive Investor&#39s strategy sees it widening its offer to become a complete financial service. The service will place equal emphasis on mortgages, loans, credit cards, banking, savings, life insurance, pensions, tax and financial planning.

Given the importance of this suite of services &#45 including search facilities, best buy tables and a &#39Rate Your Provider&#39 tool &#45 Interactive Investor was keen to use the UK&#39s leading provider of up-to-the-minute financial product data and analysis.

Tomas Carruthers, CEO of Interactive Investor, says: “Moving beyond solely investment services to become a complete personal finance solution for online consumers is a pivotal step for us. We insist upon robust, objective and comprehensive product information for our customers and that&#39s exactly why we chose Moneyfacts as our key data supplier.”

Moneyfacts now provides the Interactive Investor website with best buys and search facilities spanning the entire market for credit cards, personal loans, savings accounts and current accounts.

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