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Equity release awards judgement day tomorrow
The Equity Release Awards 2018 judging day, assembling a raft of experts from across the industry, is taking place tomorrow in London.


Industry leaders are gathering at a London venue on 31 October to decide on the winners of this year’s Equity Release Awards.

Mortgage Solutions launched the inaugural Equity Release Awards in 2005 and continues to support and recognise the increasing importance of this key sector and the excellence of the providers and financial advisers who serve their customers within it.

The winners are derived from an industry-based nominations process and they will be revealed during a black-tie evening ceremony on 22 November at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington, London.


Here is a reminder of the shortlist:

Best Financial Adviser- 5 advisers and less
Sponsored by Pure Retirement

55+ Equity Release
Release My Equity
Viva Retirement Solutions

Best Financial Adviser – 6-19 advisers
Sponsored by Canada Life

Sixty Plus
Emerald Finance
StepChange Financial Solutions

Best Financial Adviser – 20+ advisers
Sponsored by JUST

Age Partnership
Responsible Life

Best Individual Adviser
Sponsored by Legal & General Home Finance

Matthew Phillips, Age Partnership
Ron Radway, Essex Equity Release Advice Centre
Craig Oliver, Responsible Life

Best Adviser Support Services
Sponsored by Equity Release Council

Equity Release Club
The Premier Equity Release Club
Equity Release Partners

Best Provider Lifetime Mortgages
Sponsored by Optima Legal

Canada Life
Legal & General Home Finance
Pure Retirement

Best Provider for Adviser Support

Canada Life
Pure Retirement

Best Provider for Product Innovation

Canada Life
more 2 life

Best Conveyancer
Sponsored by Key

Adlington Law

Best Surveyor

Countrywide Surveying Services
e.surv Chartered Surveyors
Gateway Surveyors

Best BDM

Jo Wilson, Legal & General Home Finance
Amanda Day, more 2 life
Hattie Tales, Pure Retirement

Best Technology Innovator

AiR Sourcing
Knowledge Bank


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