In the press: MAB hits 150 awards milestone

by Nov 6, 2019Alumni news

Mortgage Advice Bureau has announcd that it has now achieved 150 awards for its quality of advice and service.

MAB’s’s first award was won in 2010, and since then the firm has achieved awards including best overall broker, best broker for protection, technology and innovation, as well as individual accolades for the firm’s senior management and advisers.

MAB recently became one of 44 UK companies to achieve a City & Guilds Princess Royal Training Award from HRH Princess Anne.

Peter Brodnicki, CEO of Mortgage Advice Bureau, said: “We have some extremely talented people at MAB and across our partner firms, and we owe where we are today to those individuals. To achieve 150 awards and be consistently recognised by our industry peers acknowledges the hard work and constant desire to improve shown by everybody associated with MAB.”

Read the full article on the Financial Reporter website: https://www.financialreporter.co.uk/finance-news/mab-hits-150-awards-milestone.html

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