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British Specialist Lending Awards 2017: Celebrating individual excellence

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  • 23/05/2017
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This Thursday, 25 May, the first British Specialist Lending Awards 2017 will be upon us.

Here at Specialist Lending Solutions we hope you are as excited as we are about the big night where we reveal the winners of our inaugural awards in the specialist lending sector, click here.

The winners for the Press Spokesperson and the Outstanding Contribution awards will also be announced on the night.

For those of you attending, make sure to share your photos and thoughts on the night with us on Twitter #BSLA2017.

For more information on the awards, visit the British Specialist Lending Awards website.

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