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Mortgage Strategy Awards public voting extended

Public voting in the Mortgage Strategy Awards 2019 has been extended.

Voting will now close at noon on Tuesday 25 September so if you are yet to have your say on who you believe deserves to take home the coveted awards, you still have the chance to do so.

Considered a key event in the mortgage industry calendar, the Mortgage Strategy Awards acknowledge those who have excelled in each category, covering lenders, providers, brokers and distributors, as well as individual performance awards.

This year the new category of ‘Best Broker for Digital Innovation’ has been introduced to recognise those who have successfully integrated technology to the benefit of the business and the client experience.

In 2017, the ‘Best Small Broker’ category was added to offer those firms of five advisers or less the chance to demonstrate their successes.

The awards ceremony will take place on 26 March 2019, when the winners will be announced in an evening not to be missed.

To have your say on who will take the titles, vote here.


The 2018 Mortgage Strategy Awards winners are…

Best Broker for General Insurance WINNER: Key Solutions Mortgages SECOND: First2Protect (F2P) THIRD: Mortgage Advice Bureau SHORTLISTED Carl Summers Financial Services CLS Money One 77 Mortgages Best General Insurance Provider WINNER: Legal & General Insurance SECOND: Paymentshield THIRD: Uinsure SHORTLISTED: 3XD Source Insurance Best Broker for Short-term Lending WINNER: Coreco Specialist Finance SECOND: Brightstar Financial […]


Mortgage Strategy Awards 2018 shortlist announced

On 28 February the great and the good of the mortgage world will come together once again to recognise the best of the industry at the Mortgage Strategy Awards. Known as the ‘Oscars’ of the mortgage sector, the accolades are not awarded lightly. Several rounds of shortlisting take place before judges comb through each entry […]

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FCA closes investigation into four life insurance firms

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