Vow Financial has recognised its top-performing brokers and brokerages over the last financial year at its Altitude Awards ceremony as part of the group’s national conference in South Africa.
Zenik Finance Solution, based in the Sydney suburb of Burwood, was the biggest winner on the night, named Broker Partner of the Year – Deal Volume, Broker Partner of the Year – Settlement Volume and Broker Partner of the Year with over six people.
Meanwhile, Kiran Thapa of Capkon Investments was named Individual Broker Partner of the Year for deal volumes and settlement volumes, and Orient Finance’s Azita Ghezelbash was named Most Improved Individual Broker.
Col Duggan of CMS Home Loans took home the Vow Financial Hall of Fame award, while Citywide Lending was recognised with one of the group’s new awards – the $1 Billion Loan Book Club – for consistent loan book growth.
Vow CEO Tim Brown said the awards were the most competitive in the aggregator’s history.
“As a network and overall business we achieved outstanding success over the past year. Zenik Financial was new to our network last year and took this year’s awards by storm. They are setting new benchmarks for the network and exemplify how to run a successful finance broking business through their dedication and hard work to help their clients achieve their goals,” he said.
Mark Bouris, executive chairman of Vow’s parent company, Yellow Brick Road, said the aggregator is well on its way to becoming a force to be reckoned with, judging from the achievements of Vow brokers over the past year.
“It’s a pleasure to celebrate the success of this growing network and the brokers that are achieving greatness due to their commitment and hard work,” he said.
“Vow is an integral part of the Yellow Brick Road group and I’m looking forward to watching what the group achieves next in 2015-16.”
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