Mortgage Advice Bureau Network Partner Scotland recognised for commitment to Armed Forces community
Mortgage Advice Bureau Network Partner Scotland has been recognised for its commitment to the Armed Forces, with a silver award presented by the Ministry of Defence (MoD) at a prestigious ceremony at Edinburgh Castle.
The award is given in recognition of employers who have provided exceptional support to the armed forces community, by going above their covenant pledges. As a forces-friendly company the award recognises their commitment to the value serving personnel; regulars and reservists and military families contribute to their country and bring to business.
Dominic Taddei of Mortgage Advice Bureau says: “It’s an honour to be presented with this award, just one year after joining the covenant. Supporting the armed forces has always been incredibly important to us and as a business, we have already seen the benefits. 2018 and beyond will see us bringing a growing number of veterans and their families to our team.”
Presenting the award to the team at Edinburgh Castle, Lieutenant General Richard Nugee, Chief of Defence People, said: “Congratulations to all this year’s Employer Recognition Scheme Silver Award winners who have turned their willingness to make a difference to our brave Armed Forces into effective programmes of support. Your commitment is highly valued and is at the heart of all that can be achieved in every part of the country through the Armed Forces Covenant.”
For further information, please contact Sophie Strang Sophie.Strang@mab.org.uk or 0800 652 4499.
Mortgage Advice Bureau: Mortgage Advice Bureau is a leading mortgage network as well as the UK’s most recognised intermediary consumer brand*, winning over 70 national awards for the quality of its advice and service during the last 5 years.
It has over 1,000 advisers offering expert mortgage advice on a local, regional and national level to UK consumers, both face to face and over the phone. Mortgage Advice Bureau handles over £12bn of loans annually, and was the first – and is currently the only – mortgage intermediary to have floated on the London Stock Exchange, having joined the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in November 2014.
*Based on Opinium Research, Summer 2017.