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Inaugural Young Leaders in Finance Awards announced

Inaugural Young Leaders in Finance Awards announced

As part of our continued dedication to championing financial services professionals, Momentum Media, publisher of Mortgage Business, is excited to announce a brand-new awards program for emerging young leaders working in finance.

With a total of 28 awards, the Young Leaders in Finance Awards has been created to celebrate and support the development of a new generation of leaders in finance, those who are driving change and helping their companies reach new milestones.

The awards program will recognise individual and group performance across multiple sectors and will identify winners for Mortgage Broker of the Year, Lending Business Development Leader of the Year and Entrepreneur of the Year, among others.

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“The inaugural Young Leaders in Finance Awards will showcase the emerging talent across the Australian financial sector,” said Jim Hall, director of events and professional development at Momentum Media.

“This is an unprecedented opportunity for our stakeholders across financial services to nominate the rising stars in their business or in their professional networks and foster the next generation of mentors and leaders.”

Please visit the awards website for more information on each award category and the basic entry requirements and nominate yourself a peer or colleague for an award.

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