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Nominations for Mortgage Strategy Awards to close Friday

Nominations for this year’s Mortgage Strategy Awards close at 5pm on Friday 18 September, so if you have not voted already then vote now.

Often referred to as the Oscars of the mortgage world, the night itself is a celebration of the many success stories in our industry.

This year we have 30 different categories across various different sectors.

Mortgage Strategy editor Paul Thomas says: “The Mortgage Strategy Awards is without a doubt the highlight of the mortgage calendar and it is a pleasure to be involved.

“The voting process is completely independent, with shortlists drawn from nominations and the eventual winners chosen by a panel of market experts. So if you think someone is deserving of an award, please nominate them today.”

Companies and individuals with the most nominations make it through to the next phase, where they will be asked to submit an entry. Then a panel of experts are then asked to vote anonymously on who deserves to win each category.

The Mortgage Strategy Awards attract more than 800 of the industry’s finest for a night of celebration and networking.

Taking place on Wednesday 17 February 2016 at Grosvenor House Hotel, the Awards are an unrivalled means for businesses and individuals to profile themselves, validate achievements and showcase excellence.

Thank you and best of luck to all.


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