Home Loans took out the Mortgage Broker of the Year award for the seventh year running at the 2014 Asia-Pacific Banking & Finance Magazine Awards last night.
executive chairman John Symond
’s continued successes are testament to the company’s ongoing innovation and investment in its people, products and customer service.
“We are proud to retain our hold on the title of Mortgage Broker of the Year in 2014. I thank the Aussie
team and our business partners for their continued hard work and support which is what has enabled us to achieve this record seventh win.”
has been accelerating its franchisee and broker recruitment programs in city and regional areas, with 160 stores now open Australia wide and a network of over 860 brokers across its retail and mobile channels.
Its home loan portfolio is now $50 billion, or just under $60 billion including its mortgage aggregator, National Mortgage Brokers.
At the awards, Financial Services Executive of the Year award went to Ian Narev, chief executive officer at Commonwealth Bank of Australia. CBA
also took out Australian Financial Institution of the Year - Major Bank category.
Australian Financial Institution of the Year–Non-Big Four category went to Bank of Queensland, whose variable rate home loan product Clear Path took out the Innovative Mortgage Product of the Year category.
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