NobleOak Wins Customer Service Award at Plan For Life Direct Life Insurance Awards 2022


NobleOak has won the Plan For Life Customer Service Award for 2022. This is the third continuous year it has been awarded to NobleOak.

Anthony Brown, CEO of NobleOak, said “Winning the Customer Service Award for the third year in a row is a tremendous achievement for the team who work hard to deliver the best experience for our customers. Quality customer service is one of our top priorities.”

Not only did NobleOak win the Customer Service award this year, they also received three additional awards at the 2022 event including the:

  • Income Protection Award;
  • TPD Award
  • and the Innovation Award.

The Plan for Life Awards recognise excellence in the direct life insurance industry.

Mr Brown continued ‘These awards mean a lot to our team, I would like to thank Plan For Life for running the awards and our clients for putting their trust in us.’

The Plan for Life

WeMoney’s Life Insurer of the Year 2022


A new award win has emerged this year for NobleOak, taking out Life Insurer of the Year in the WeMoney Insurance Awards 2022.

NobleOak CEO, Anthony Brown said, “It’s great to see NobleOak winning new awards in the Life Insurance space, as it provides comfort for our customers that across the board, we are being recognised for the valuable service we provide.”

WeMoney had all insurers assessed by their review panel which comprised of a WeMoney team member, along with experts in the relevant fields who are all independent of award applicants.

The four key areas WeMoney assessed were; the value of the products; the quality of the products; the customer experience and finally the claims process.

WeMoney Founder & CEO, Dan Jovevski, commented, “We’re thrilled that NobleOak has been recognised for their incredible achievements in the Life Insurance category of our inaugural WeMoney Insurance Awards.

The award for ‘Life

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