Together has been recognised for its ‘outstanding contribution’ to the specialist lending sector at the prestigious Bridging and Commercial Awards, in a spectacular ceremony which saw the lender claim the three top accolades.
The south Manchester-based lender was named ‘best bridging lender’ and ‘commercial lender of the year’ following an outstanding 12 months which has seen Together’s loan book top the £2 billion mark.
Alongside these awards, which were voted for by brokers, then subjected to a rigorous judging process, the lender was also granted the honour of ‘outstanding contribution by a business’, testifying to its reputation across the industry as a leader in the field.
Marc Goldberg, commercial CEO at Together, said: “To win three awards in one evening is absolutely incredible but to be honoured for our contribution to the industry is really special. The specialist lending sector continues to evolve and we’re proud to be acknowledged as being at the forefront of that.
“It’s also fantastic to be named best bridging lender as this is a major part of our business and accounted for over half of our total lending last year, so this vote of confidence from our peers for our bridging offering, as well as our commercial lending, is a fantastic achievement.
“I’m extremely proud of all the team at Together and grateful to all the brokers out there who voted for us. We’ve built our business on great partnerships and these three awards are truly a celebration of what can be achieved when we work together.”
Businesses from across the specialist finance market gathered at the Hurlingham Club in London, to compete for the coveted awards in a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory themed event.
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"To win three awards in one evening is absolutely incredible but to be honoured for our contribution to the industry is really special."
Marc Goldberg, commercial CEO at Together
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