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Cast your vote for top companies in the Mortgage Strategy Awards

Voting for the Mortgage Strategy Awards 2014 is now open which means it is time for you to get involved and cast your vote for the industry’s top firms.

Online voting is due to close on 27 September, so make sure you log on to to have your say as to who you think should win this year’s awards.

Once all the online votes are counted, they will then be whittled down to a shortlist and passed on to an expert panel of judges who after lengthy discussions anonymously grade the shortlisted companies.

This year’s event will be held on the Wednesday 26 February in the plush Grosvenor House Hotel in London.

Mortgage Strategy editor Robert Thickett says: “Now in its 12th year the Mortgage Strategy Awards is widely held to be the mortgage industry’s equivalent of the Oscars. Good luck to everyone that takes part, may the best firm win!”

And for the second year in a row the headline sponsor for the event is mortgage club SimplyBiz Mortgages.

SimplyBiz Mortgages chief executive Martin Reynolds says: “We are delighted to again be the headline sponsor of the Mortgage Strategy Awards. With the renewed enthusiasm growing within the market we are sure that they will be a great success and an excellent opportunity to reward those firms that have made a difference.”



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