AWARDS: Watts compete for third major industry award for 2018

Posted December 17, 2018

Nantwich based Watts Mortgage & Wealth Management have been shortlisted for the Protection Broker of the Year award at the Mortgage Introducer awards.

The jewel in the crown of the UK mortgage industry, the Mortgage Introducer Awards promote and celebrate the outstanding achievements of businesses and individuals and bring together some of the sectors finest.

Winners will be selected from the people, products and services that demonstrate excellence and originality within the intermediary mortgage, equity release, protection and short-term finance fields and see Watts competing against some of the country’s biggest names including L&C and Mortgage Advice Bureau.

Speaking of the nomination, Managing Director Andrew Watts said: “We are over the moon to have been nominated for yet another prestigious award. Having been crowned the region’s top advisers at the Mortgage Strategy Awards and National Mortgage Adviser Awards – we are hoping to complete a hat-trick of wins.

These nominations are testament to the hard work and dedication of the team. For our local Cheshire business to compete and win national awards against some of the industry’s finest businesses is an amazing achievement and proves our continued commitment to providing the best service to our clients – both old and new.”

Winners will be announced at the glittering event, which is being held at the Tower of London on 28th November.



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