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Bank of Scotland Mortgages wins awards

Bank of Scotland Mortgages has won three awards at the MoneyQuest Awards.

As well as scooping lender of the year, Bank of Scotland Mortgages also won awards for best for technology in the mortgage category and lender business development manager of the year.

Charles Haresnape, managing director of Bank of Scotland Mortgages, says: We are delighted to have been recognised by such a well respected broker in our industry.

At Bank of Scotland Mortgages we put great emphasis on providing excellent standards of service, and these awards demonstrate to us that our commitment is paying off and is bringing real benefits to the brokers we work with.

To win one award would have been fantastic, but to be recognised in three categories, and especially to be named lender of the year, is a huge boost for everyone that has worked hard at Bank of Scotland Mortgages to maintain our high standards.


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