August 13, 2013
Mortgage Choice was delighted to be awarded the CommBank Partnership Award at the Commonwealth Bank's recent Third Party and Mobile Banking National Sales Conference.
The award recognises Mortgage Choice's undivided commitment and support of the Commonwealth Bank's Third Party Banking business.
Commonwealth Bank Executive General Manager of Third Party and Mobile Banking, Kathy Cummings said, “We are extremely pleased to present this award to Mortgage Choice for their outstanding commitment to the Third Party Banking channel.”
“Mortgage Choice is a quality business, which is demonstrated by their ongoing top quartile performance in all business metrics, including conversion rates, broker utilisation, loan processing, and settlements growth.
“The team at Mortgage Choice is always prepared to work with us to over-come any business challenges in order to build a mutually beneficial relationship – a relationship that has grown from strength to strength over the years that we have worked together, and that we look forward to continuing for years to come.”
The award comes at a time when Mortgage Choice celebrates over 20 years in business and commends Commonwealth Bank for their ongoing commitment to the broking channel.
Commenting on the accolade, Mortgage Choice CEO Michael Russell said, “We are thrilled to be recognised for our partnership with the Commonwealth Bank. The accolade speaks volumes about our position amongst our mortgage broking peers in terms of loan writer productivity and submission quality, through to conversion and good old fashioned determination and customer care.”
“Kathy and her team continue to provide an exceptional sales and service support channel that is invaluable to our broking network and customers.”
For further information or to arrange an interview, please contact:
Mortgage Choice Corporate Affairs
(02) 8907 0502 / 0448 240 047
(02) 9018 8603 / 0412 550 004
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