DLC wrapped up its national sales conference over the weekend, but not before doling out awards to some of its brokers
Starting today MortgageBrokerNews.ca will begin unveiling finalists for the Canadian Mortgage Awards – set to draw hundreds of industry professionals to Toronto's Liberty Grand May 9.
More than half of poll participants in a recent BMO Wealth Management survey believe women face a ‘glass ceiling’ in the financial services industry and one broker believes the same applies to mortgage brokers.
The Mortgage Brokers Association of British Columbia gathered yesterday to pick a new leader and board of directors for the coming year.
Growing originations wasn't the only focus of brokers this year, with their collective efforts for charity surpassing last year's grit, determination and, indeed, generosity.
With a Monday deadline looming, the number of submissions for the CMP Top brokers list has more than doubled last year's, suggesting mortgage professionals are increasingly willing to disclose funded volumes in exchange for a marketing boost.
Mortgage professionals in smaller markets are increasingly stepping up to be counted in the CMP Top Brokers list. Their funded volumes are challenging mortgage professionals in much larger markets.
Westerners challenged Ontario dominance at the 2012 Canadian Mortgage Awards Friday, the industry celebrating that excellence in Roarin’ 20s style at Toronto’s historic Carlu.
It’s that time of year again – time for the finalists for the Canadian Mortgage Awards to be announced.
2010 was a good year for Canadian mortgage professionals. Just check the numbers.