B&C Awards 2016: Voting now open

B&C Awards 2016: Voting now open




We are delighted to announce that voting is now open for this year's Bridging & Commercial Awards, in association with Shawbrook Bank.

We are delighted to announce that voting is now open for this year’s Bridging & Commercial Awards, in association with Shawbrook Bank.

Intermediaries are invited to cast their vote for their preferred winner in each of the 16 categories – some of which are new for 2016. 
Who will take the new Specialist Bank of the Year Award? Who is your Bridging Business Partner of the Year? And who will be buying drinks for everyone having won the much-coveted Bridging Lender of the Year? 
Entries close on 25th April at 5pm – so get voting now.
The industry’s favourite annual event will be held for the third year running at The Hurlingham Club in Fulham on 9th June 2016, when 650 of the most influential members in the bridging, commercial and specialist finance sectors will gather to celebrate yet another exceptional 12 months for the market. 
For the first time ever, the theme will be kept a secret until the day.
The 2016 B&C Awards is proudly sponsored by Shawbrook Bank, winner of Commercial Lender of the Year for three years running. 
Titlesolv will host the post-Awards bar for guests to celebrate their awards and Precise Mortgages will be hosting an after party at a secret location. Guests will also be able to take snapshots of their award-winning teams at the Dragonfly-sponsored photo booth. 
For all the ins and outs of the B&C Awards, including the exciting programme for the all-day event, click here. 
For all table enquiries, please contact Dalbir Dhanoa – our Account Manager – on 02038 180 160 or email him at dalbir@medianett.co.uk.

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