This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Australian Mortgage Awards, recognising the best brokers, brokerages, aggregators, banks and non-banks across the nation. On 15 October, at 5:30 pm, the awards will be revealed
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Australian Mortgage Awards, recognising the best brokers, brokerages, aggregators, banks and non-banks across the nation. On 15 October, at 5:30 pm, the awards will be revealed.
Half the country may be in lockdown due to the pandemic, but that won’t stop the mortgage industry coming together to celebrate the Australian Mortgage Awards 2021.
Hundreds of entries have been received for the 28 categories, and the judges have announced the 215 excellence awardees (ﬁnalists) who will be vying to win the most prestigious and coveted awards in the industry.
There are 15 categories dedicated to brokers and brokerages, along with awards for aggregators, banks and non-banks, business development managers and ﬁntechs. There are also awards for best industry service and best industry marketing campaign.
The individual broker and brokerage winners chosen on the night will also be in the running to win the national titles of Westpac Australian Broker of the Year and Liberty Australian Brokerage of the Year.
While COVID means the Australian Mortgage Awards will again be a virtual event, excitement and anticipation is building for the industry’s biggest night of the year.
TV and radio presenter Erin Molan, who anchors NRL shows Friday Night Footy and the Sunday Footy Show on Channel 9, as well as the 2DayFM breakfast radio show with Hughesy and Ed, will host the awards presentation.
Molan, one of Australia’s ﬁrst female rugby league broadcasters, is also a passionate supporter of many charities, including Bowel Cancer Australia and Tresillian.
The AMAs have again received the generous backing of leading industry companies, including event partner Westpac.
“This is the 12th year Westpac has proudly partnered with the Australian Mortgage Awards, and we’re delighted to continue our support and celebrate the outstanding industry achievements over the past 12 months,” says Westpac’s head of third party distribution, Warren Shaw.
“2021 has continued to test the resilience of Australians, and this is a key time to celebrate brokers’ important role in helping customers navigate the homebuying journey.
“After a challenging year, I encourage the industry to come together to celebrate excellence at this year’s AMAs.”
The 2021 Australian Mortgage Awards will take place virtually on Friday, 15 October, starting at 5:30 p.m.
It’s your opportunity to honour the best of the best and support the mortgage industry in what has been a tough year.