Thursday, July 1, 2010
Sue Leckenby, Chief Operating Officer of Countrywide Conveyancing Services, has been shortlisted as a finalist for a Business Leader Award at the 2010 British Mortgage Awards.
The fifth annual British Mortgage Awards celebrates individuals who deserve recognition for their achievements and ongoing efforts to deliver industry excellence.
Having worked for Countrywide for more than 10 years, Sue has
been a driving force behind the company's growing conveyancing
service, which is now the UK's largest residential conveyancing
business, serving lenders, estate agents, home buyers and
Sue leads a team of over 300 staff, based in Countrywide's two conveyancing centres, located in Manchester and Cardiff. The company has recently launched a new text message service, fast-start offering, and joined forces with two other industry partners to launch Secure Remortgage.
Commenting on Sue's nomination, Paul Creffield, Chairman of Countrywide Conveyancing Services, said: "Being nominated as a finalist by clients, industry peers and colleagues is a huge testament to Sue's hard work and ongoing commitment. Sue's focus on delivering service excellence through investment in staff and new technology lies at the heart of this team's success.
Sue added; "This nomination is especially important to everyone as it based on the core principles Countrywide Conveyancing Services stands by; innovation, customer care and the delivery of a speedy and faultless service."
The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony being held in July at the London Hilton Hotel. A full list of finalists is available on www.britishmortgageawards.co.uk.
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