This year's Financial Adviser Service Awards were a little different than the previous 29 incarnations, but that doesn't make achieving a five star award an any less prestigious achievement.
Many of the companies which achieved the highest ratings in this year's awards had to adapt quickly and seamlessly to a new way of doing business, as the coronavirus pandemic placed the UK into lockdown.
To find out more about how these companies achieved this take a look at our special supplement, which you can read here.
This year Financial Adviser has marked the 30th birthday of these awards by introducing three new categories to reflect the changing way advisers do business: discretionary fund management, platforms and back office and support services.
We also created a sub-category of cash investments and a special one-off editor's achievement award.
Take a look at our supplement to find out which companies did well in these new categories.