Are you in the field of business finance? Then you'll be familiar with the Business Moneyfacts Awards, the highlight of the year for the industry, and you'll also be pleased to hear that the finalists for the 2016 ceremony have just been announced!
The winners will be revealed at an evening awards dinner on 17 March 2016, held at the Lancaster London Hotel, where industry professionals will gather together to see who has been crowned best-in-class in their respective sectors. A total of 32 awards will be handed out to deserving winners on the night, and you can see a full run-through of the equally as deserving finalists below.
The awards are not only a chance for providers to enjoy a bit of glory, but also for business customers to gauge who they may like to work with in the future, with the awards showcasing everything from the Buy-to-Let Mortgage Broker of the Year to Best Bridging Finance Provider, and even the best overall Business Bank of the Year.
Lee Tillcock, editor of Business Moneyfacts, comments: "The last year has been profitable for many businesses and their broker and finance-providing partners. As the appetite for funding grows, brokers and providers have embraced the opportunity to boost trading and growth levels. An air of confidence has been apparent in the business finance sector and we enter 2016 with renewed hope.
"The 15th annual Business Moneyfacts Awards ceremony will once again celebrate and reward those who have offered the best products and services. Welcoming the opportunity to spotlight those still active within the commercial world, the evening of 17 March will see this widely anticipated event provide a welcome boost to those who have excelled in their specific sectors."
We wish all the very best of luck to our finalists, and we'll see you in March!
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