Paul Welch, managing director of largemortgageloans.com, and Ian Gray, senior mortgage manager, have both won awards at the British Mortgage Awards 2012. Paul Welch has been judged Business Leader of the Year (broker – less than 20 advisers) and Ian Gray has won the Broker People of the Year award in the Large Loans category.
Ian Gray receives Large Loans Broker Award
Paul Welch receives Business Leader of the Year (broker – less than 20 advisers) Award
These two awards are in addition to winning the Large Loans Broker award in 2009, 2010 and runner up in 2011. Mortgage industry experts recognise both the long term vision of largemortgageloans.com’s business strategy and the day to day excellence of its client service.
Paul commented: ‘This is a fantastic result for our young, dynamic, hardworking company and these awards represent the achievements of the whole largemortgageloans.com team.’
The mortgage industry has seen substantial changes in recent years, but even in this challenging market, individual excellence can still be recognised. Paul and Ian received their awards after a judging panel paid tribute to Paul’s innovation and transformation of the largemortgageloans.com business plus Ian’s pioneering efforts in the large loan sector.
Ian and Paul at the British Mortgage Awards 2012
Paul began his career in private banking, assisting an international portfolio of high net worth clients, before launching the largemortgageloans.com brand in 2006. Since then Paul has led largemortgageloans.com’s continued growth, with enquiries from over 100 countries around the world at a time when the market has shrunk by two-thirds. The company has continued to provide excellent service to clients, superb distribution through the partnership programme and close relationships with private banks.
Ian also began his career in private banking at the Bank of Montreal in Canada and has worked at largemortgageloans.com with Paul since its launch in 2006. Ian uses his years of experience, expertise and close relationships with private banks to deliver comprehensive advice to his own clients and the clients of introducing brokers.