Virgin Money lands 'Best Lender for Partnership' award for the second year running
- The Legal & General lender awards were presented on 3 June at Guildhall
- The award was voted for by the team at Legal & General Mortgage Club
Virgin Money has won the 'Best Lender for Partnership' award at the 2016 Legal & General mortgage industry awards ceremony, held at the Guildhall in London, on 3 June. This award was based on votes from the team at Legal & General Mortgage Club.
For the second year running, Virgin Money has claimed this prestigious title of 'Best Lender for Partnership', reflecting the commitment and support the lender has invested in working with its intermediary partners.
Stephen Smith, Director, Legal & General Housing Partnership said: "Virgin Money continues to put the Intermediary at the heart of everything they do. They have invested heavily in the right systems and processes to make it easier for an Intermediary to do business and have been working with brokers in their Mortgage Lab to make sure that this happens every time."
Peter Rogerson, Virgin Money's Director of Mortgages said: "We are delighted to have won this prestigious award for the second year running. It is testament to the hard work of the team who have been 100% focussed on making it easier for Intermedairies to do business with Virgin Money."
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- Virgin Money offers savings, mortgages, credit cards, current accounts, currency services, pensions, investments and protection products to over 3 million customers across the UK.
- Virgin Money's business ambition is to make "everyone better off" – this philosophy underpins our approach to business by offering good value to customers, treating employees well, making a positive contribution to society and delivering a profit to shareholders.
- More than 11,500 charities have registered with Virgin Money Giving and, by the end of 2015, over £420 million had been raised for charity through the service since its launch in 2009, resulting in an estimated £13 million more raised for charity because of its not-for-profit model.