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Congratulations to all the 2017 British Mortgage Award winners

by: Mortgage Solutions
  • 07/07/2017
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They came, they saw, they conquered - all the winners of the 2017 British Mortgage Awards held last night at the Westminster Park Plaza. Congratulations again from all the team at Mortgage Solutions.

The broker awards

Newcomer Distributor Gregg Halliwell, L&C Mortgages

New Build Ian Kemp, Mortgage Advice Bureau

Large Loans Hugh Wade-Jones, Enness

Equity Release Paul Saroya, Viva Retirement Solutions

Buy to Let Michael Flower, The Buy to Let Business 

First-Time Buyer James Hutchinson First Mortgage 

Specialist David Garth TMP Mortgages 

Protection Katie Pisanu One77 Mortgages

General Insurance Neil Campbell First Mortgage

Overall Tom Matthews Coreco Group 

Marketeer Jane Harrison L&C Mortgages

Innovation Advocate Donna Brenchley Mortgage Advice Bureau

Press Spokesperson Andrew Montlake Coreco Group

 

The Lender awards

Newcomer Product Provider Jeton Asani Metro Bank

Operations/Credit Risk Jayne Warner Virgin Money

Telephony Relationship Manager Tom Southwell NatWest Intermediary Solutions

Business development Duncan Easton Barclays

Head of Sales or National Accounts Mark Bullard NatWest Intermediary Solutions

The Business leader awards

Specialist Distribution Craig Hall Legal & General

Surveyor Paul Wareham Countrywide Surveying Services

Conveyancer Doug Crawford My Home Move

Protection or General Insurance Provider Andy Philo VitalityLife

Broker (Under 40 Advisers) Matt Lowndes Coreco Group 

Broker (40 and more Advisers) Phillip Cartwright L&C Mortgages 

Mortgage Club Jeremy Duncombe Legal & General Mortgage Club

Network Mark Graves Sesame Network

Intermediary Lender (less than £5bn gross lending p.a.) Peter Hill Leeds Building Society

Intermediary Lender (£5bn or more gross lending p.a.) Mike Jones Lloyds Banking Group 

Lifetime Achievement Peter Williams IMLA 

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