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Inaugural Lending Awards shortlist announced

Credit Strategy is delighted to reveal the shortlist for the first-ever Lending Awards, sponsored by Experian.


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The new awards programme is a natural evolution of the established Commercial Finance and Alternative Lending (F5) Awards, with the addition of the Mortgage Awards – transforming it into the new brand – the Lending Awards, sponsored by Experian.

 

Reflecting the wide remit of all these key components of the financial services space, the Lending Awards, are the UK’s only awards that connect the consumer, residential and business lending industries.

 

With more than 120 entries shortlisted from over 70 companies across 28 categories, ranging from Best Commercial Lender, Best Mortgage Broker and Best Asset Finance Provider to Rising Star, Gamechanger and Best Brand, there’s something for everyone across the marketplace.

 

Entrants to this year’s awards include Barclays, Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank, John Charcol, Dun & Bradstreet and TransUnion (formerly Callcredit).

 

The awards take place on November 8 at the London Hilton Bankside following the inaugural Lending Summit, which takes place at the same venue throughout the day.

 

Credit Strategy would like to thank our independent panel of senior industry judges.

 

For the full shortlist, please visit the Lending Awards website.

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