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Watch the British Specialist Lending Awards 2018 Showreel

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  • 01/06/2018
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The British Specialist Lending Awards 2018, held on 16 May in London, celebrated the success of those individuals who had out-performed their peers in the buy-to-let, second charge, bridging and commercial lending sectors.

 

Watch the video of the memorable evening to re-live the celebrations of the winners, nominees and supporters of the specialist lending industry.

 

 

You can also see the full list of British Specialist Lending Awards 2018 winners and read the official supplement.

Photos of the evening and the tweets of the night are also available on the Specialist Lending Solutions website.

 

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