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Aussie names its best brokers

Aussie names its best brokers

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Aussie Home Loans recognised its top loan writers and retail stores for their performances during the previous financial year in Melbourne last night.

Janine Ashmore of Aussie Darwin was named the brokerage’s National Loan Writer of the Year, while mobile Sydney brokers Romeo Raad and Norm Moon were named Aussie Broker of the Year and Senior Aussie Broker of the Year respectively. Kevin Singh was named Aussie’s Rising Star of the Year.

For the third consecutive year, Aussie Parramatta claimed the Retail Store of the Year title, capping off a stellar 12 months for the franchise, which settled a record $280 million in 2014-15.

Aussie Launceston was named Regional Retail Store of the Year, while Aussie Prospect (South Australia) was named Emerging Store of the Year, and Aussie Liverpool received the Excellence Award for Retail.

Aussie CEO James Symond said rewarding and recognising top performers is something the group is focused on.

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“The results and success of these stores and brokers show what’s possible when you put a great brand, training, products and support together with motivated, engaged and passionate business professionals,” he said.

“These brokers are leading our national team in providing what I believe are the highest service standards of any mortgage broker in Australia, and the awards were all earned amid very hot competition within the market.”

The awards were part of Aussie’s biennial sales conference which was attended by over 700 of the group’s brokers, lenders and industry experts.

[Related: LJ Hooker recognises top brokers]

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