Voting goes live for Financial Reporter Awards 2016

Voting goes live for Financial Reporter Awards 2016

The seventh annual Financial Reporter Awards 2016 launches today, with voting open for you to nominate the best and brightest in financial services.

As the most transparent awards programme in the industry, we allow you to vote for any candidates you see fit, without a panel or shortlist, meaning that our awards truly represent the industry's opinion on who deserves recognition for their work.

You can cast your votes in categories for mortgages, secured loans, equity release, bridging finance, insurance, specialist lending, legal services and technology.

Last year's awards saw more voters than ever before, with almost 5,000 people casting their vote – a figure which has increased every year and which we are confident we will beat this year.

Voting is open from today – you can visit our Awards mini-site and cast your votes here.

Voting closes on Friday 15th April and the winners will be announced on Tuesday 19th April.


Winners and Highly Commended nominations will be invited to our Winners’ Party at the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester on the 17th May, where they will be treated to a red-carpet event for a night of entertainment and celebration.

Andy Shields, Director of Barcadia Media, said: “We believe that this year will be our biggest and best awards programme yet. Each year, we are overwhelmed by the incredible level of involvement from the industry, including the vast number of voters.

We’d like to thank all of our sponsors, whose support is crucial to the Awards programme: Mortgage Advice Bureau, Shawbrook Bank, Loans Warehouse, JMW Solicitors, Brightstar, Uinsure, MT Finance, IFA Conveyancing, Together, Precise Mortgages, Evolution Money, Foundation Home Loans, Front Events, SimplyBiz, Masthaven Finance, and TMA Mortgage Club.

Good luck to all those hoping for one of our coveted awards - and don’t forget to vote!”

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Spencer Fortag
Spencer Fortag 25 Aug 2016

The funny thing is, I mentioned the brick issue in my blog back in April: http://medwayproperty.blogspot.co.uk/2016/04/the-medway-property-market-and-lack-of.html

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SecomTech
SecomTech 19 Aug 2016

Firstly, I either lodge with DPS or do not take a deposit...secondly, If a tenant has not received a confirmation their deposit is secured with either a scheme or in an insured account with an agent/landlord,...

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jasonevans
jasonevans 19 Aug 2016

Belvoir has over 15 years of experience in property lettings, buying and renting and is one of the best agencies I know about. I have heard that they revived an award for the hard work. Really amazing...

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jasonevans
jasonevans 19 Aug 2016

Usually these areas are least affected when it comes to unexpected economical collapse.

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TheWaspNestRemover
TheWaspNestRemover 11 Aug 2016

You agree to pay for the treatment needed to get rid of fleas, ants, mice, wasps nests and other pests unless you can prove that these are a result of us not meeting our repairing responsibilities or these...

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madisonwelch80
madisonwelch80 02 Aug 2016

16% is quite a raise. Let's hope this tendency won't continue for long.

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madisonwelch80
madisonwelch80 02 Aug 2016

?66,963 is a serious price drop However buying a property it a serious investment only small percentage of the UK population could afford.

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madisonwelch80
madisonwelch80 02 Aug 2016

Wow, it kind of surprised me. I mean counting on mom and dad's bank even after retirement is too much. That's the moment in life when one should have ensured themselves. I am shocked.

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AbbieP.
AbbieP. 22 Jul 2016

"While house prices in the most expensive eleven boroughs have declined values in the cheapest eleven boroughs continue to rise" - not a nice way to even out the price range. London is overrated as it

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AbbieP.
AbbieP. 21 Jul 2016

And try to profit from your decisions, I may add

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CommercialTrust
CommercialTrust 19 Jul 2016

Retirement investment has always been one of the biggest draws of buy to let. And the buy-to-let demographic is, on balance, older. (Over a third of our applicants are over 50 at the time of application.) It...

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Forrest Wheatey
Forrest Wheatey 11 Jul 2016

I find the time perfect for ever home-owner wannabe. Prices should slowly, but steadily drop, at least for the inner buyer. Making it harder for outsiders to buy properties (the whole Brexit thing means...

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