In the press: Derby mortgage firm’s commitment to staff leads to Royal invitation

by Oct 29, 20192019 awards, In the press

​A Derby mortgage broker has been recognised by Royalty for its commitment to learning and development.

Mortgage Advice Bureau (MAB), which has its head office on Pride Park, has been named as one of 44 companies across the UK to achieve a City & Guilds Princess Royal Training Award, 2019.

The award is for UK employers that have created lasting impact by successfully linking their skills development needs to business performance.

MAB, which offers a range of mortgage services, employs 180 staff and has more than 1,350 mortgage advisers nationwide.

The firm’s learning and development academy, which delivers training programmes across the entire MAB network, underwent a rigorous process to be recognised.

Read the full article on the BusinessLive website: https://www.business-live.co.uk/professional-services/derby-mortgage-firms-commitment-staff-17144518

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