Thursday, February 14, 2013
Countrywide, the UK's largest mortgage broker and property services group, collected a top intermediary prize at the Mortgage Strategy Awards 2013, held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on Thursday 13th February.
Countrywide scooped the award for Best Mortgage Distributor, which was judged by a panel of top industry professionals.
Countrywide significantly enhanced its position as the UK's largest mortgage broker with the acquisition of Mortgage Intelligence/Mortgage Next in 2011. The acquisition was a key milestone in Countrywide's long-term strategy to continue to improve the scope and scale of its financial services offering available to all of its agents, consultants and new IFA clients. In 2012, it added FYB Network and Capital Private Finance to its already considerable estate agency mortgage brokerage.
Nigel Stockton, Financial Services Director of Countrywide, commented on the award: "We are delighted that our extended distribution has been recognised and we have won this award which was nominated by our peers. The award reflects the considerable investment we have made in our financial services offering over recent years despite a challenging mortgage and property marketplace"
Stockton added: "We pride ourselves on working with most of the UK's largest lenders and being able to secure some of the most competitive and exclusive products in the market for our customers. We are continuing to harvest opportunities to develop our financial services offering and we are in a good position to take advantage of the mortgage market as activity levels increase."
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