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British Specialist Lending Awards nominations close today – make sure you vote!

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  • 31/03/2017
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British Specialist Lending Awards nominations close today – make sure you vote!
With just one day left to enter your nominations, make a difference and put forward those extraordinary individuals you think deserve an award in the specialist lending sector.

Nominations close today, 31 March so you still have time to nominate and vote your preferred colleague or client onto our British Specialist Lending Awards shortlist.

Nominate now.

If you have more than one person you would like to nominate you can submit as many individuals in as many categories as you like.

We urge you to nominate before it’s too late.

Shortly after nominations close, our finalists will be announced and successful candidates will then be asked to submit a supporting testimonial and a selection of categories will be invited to meet with a panel of industry judges end of April. Winners will be announced at the glitzy award ceremony on 25 May at Riverbank Park Plaza.

For more information on the awards, the judging process, the venue and all other details, visit the British Specialist Lending Awards website at www.britishspecialistlendingawards.com.

Here’s your chance to let us know who you think deserves to win at the British Specialist Lending Awards!

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