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Mortgage Advice Bureau celebrates bronze at learning awards
Mortgage Advice Bureau’s head of learning and development Dave Bedlow has won a bronze award in the learning leader of the year category from the Learning and Performance Institute.

Bedlow has headed up Mortgage Advice Bureau’s learning and development team for six years and won the award for demonstrating ‘exceptional performance and contribution to the learning profession.’

He picked up his award in front of 450 professionals at a ceremony at the Dorchester, Park Lane, hosted by TV star Claudia Winkleman and live streamed around the world.

MAB said the finalists in the awards are shortlisted from entries from across the globe and represent the highest achieving individuals and organisations in this field.

Tesco, Hugo Boss, IBM, Coca Cola and Santander were among the other names recognised at the awards.

Bedlow said: “I was delighted to make the shortlist for this award, but to win Bronze in a field of learning and development (L&D) professionals who are all at the top of their game was incredible. It’s fantastic to see the focus we put on delivering impactful L&D here at Mortgage Advice Bureau recognised in this way and to know that we are not only amongst the best in the UK, but amongst the best in the world.”

MAB is still the only mortgage intermediary to have floated on the London Stock Exchange, having joined the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in November 2014.

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