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ABA finalists revealed

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Finalists for the 2016 Australian Broking Awards have been revealed today as the broking industry gears up for the premier awards event of the year.

From hundreds of nominations, the field has now been narrowed down to the handful of leading brokers, brokerages, and aggregation groups across 25 award categories, including the coveted Broker of Year and Major Brokerage of the Year awards.

The Australian Broking Awards, partnered by the Commonwealth Bank, recognises the best individuals and businesses in Australian mortgage broking.

“This has been another huge year for mortgage broking,” Sterling Publishing managing editor of mortgages and real estate, James Mitchell, said.


“Strong demand for finance has created a highly competitive market for both residential and commercial mortgages, which in turn has led to some great developments in the third-party channel,” Mr Mitchell said.

“The Australian Broking Awards recognises new brokers, established brokers, regional brokers, asset finance brokers, commercial brokers, loan administrators, aggregation groups and many more.

“Within these categories we will recognise the innovators, the diversifiers, and those giving back to their communities through service programs. I look forward to seeing you all there,” he said.

Click here for a full list of the 2016 Australian Broking Awards finalists.

[Related: Industry event the perfect networking opportunity]


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