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Nominations open for the 10th British Mortgage Awards

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  • 05/02/2015
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The nominations for the 10th British Mortgage Awards have opened.

Mortgage professionals can now enter their nominations for the best achievements of individuals from among lenders, broker firms and business leaders over the past 12 months.

Since the British Mortgage Awards launched, the industry has undergone a number of dramatic changes and in celebrating our 10th year we bring some exciting new revisions to The British Mortgage Awards with amendments to our award categories.

In total, we will be celebrating 29 award categories on the award night and honouring the most deserving individuals. This year our ‘Young Achiever’ awards have been reclassified as ‘Best Newcomer’ awards, with the titles going to outstanding individuals who have worked in the industry for up to two years. We have also split the intermediary category in two, and voters will now elect not just a ‘Business Leader – Intermediary Lender’ but also a ‘Business Leader – Intermediary Lender (less than £5bn gross lending p.a.)’.

Nominations will close on Friday 1 May, 2015 and once the first phase of the process is closed, a shortlist will be drawn up in each category based on the number and spread of nominations.

Once individuals are nominated, the panel of judges vigorously review candidates through a selection process which may include face-to-face interviews with a judging panel.

The glittering awards take place on 9 July at the stunning Park Plaza Westminster Bridge hotel in London.

For more information on the full list of award categories please click here and for more information on the awards night see our dedicated website here.

To nominate the outstanding individuals you think fit the criteria in any of the categories, click here.

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