For the first time since One 77 Mortgages was formed, we entered the Professional Adviser Awards 2017. This was the 12th year these awards have been held, which look to seek and reward excellence in the financial advice and wider sector. More than 200 companies entered the awards in 2017, and the finalists attended the awards ceremony on Thursday 9th February at The Brewery in London.
One 77 Mortgages entered the ‘Best Adviser to work for’ category and we are delighted to announce that we won!
This award was judged based on a questionnaire submitted by the nominated company and the results of a confidential survey sent to staff. The company questionnaire involves providing information on the package and incentives provided to staff, working conditions and environment as well as financial information and staff turnover rates. The staff survey asks the staff about the company, what they like and don’t like and gets them to rate their satisfaction. One 77 Mortgages had a 100% response rate from the staff surveyed and the responses were very positive.
Alastair McKee, Managing Director at One 77 Mortgages said; “We are always delighted to win industry awards, and are being nominated for, and winning, more each year than the last. These awards are normally based on feedback from clients and other industry professionals, and we know from our feedback on Review Centre and previous awards that our service is exceptional and something we pride ourselves on. To win such a prestigious award effectively ‘voted for’ by our own staff is fantastic. Our staff are our greatest asset, and I am very grateful to all of them for their efforts. We are a rapidly growing business and I am confident that this award will help us significantly with our recruitment going forward.”
One 77 Mortgages provide fee free mortgage and protection advice to our customers from around the UK. We deal in all forms and sizes of residential mortgages, and can also deal in other forms of property finance including auction finance, bridging finance and commercial mortgages.