Capital Bridging Finance wins Boutique Bridge Finance Lender of the Year award
2013 just gets better and better for city based short term lender Capital Bridging Finance as the publishers of Acquisition International Magazine (AI) have announced them as winners of their 2013 Finance Awards in the ‘Boutique Bridge Finance Lender of the Year – UK’ category
The awards recognise the outstanding achievements of individuals and companies within the finance sector, encompassing everything from insurance brokers and specialist IT providers to advisers on subjects ranging from equities to renewable energy. AI’s Finance Awards identify and honour success, innovation and ethics across international business communities.
AI prides itself on the validity of its awards and its winners. The awards are given solely on merit and are awarded to commend those most deserving for outstanding work over the last 12 months. The awards recognise leaders in their respective fields and crucially, are nominated by their clients and their peers.
Charlotte Abbott, Chief Co-Ordinator of the 2013 awards commented:
“It’s clear from our awards that financial services professionals have risen to the challenges of the past 12 months and produced some outstanding work. The sheer scale of interest took us by surprise and we’re delighted that the industry has been so determined to recognise its stars.”
Keith Aldridge, Managing Director of Capital Bridging Finance commented:
“Winners are determined by three factors, the number of votes received, AI’s substantial in-house research and the supporting evidence we as nominees had to provide to cement our nominations. We are delighted with the award which further validates the success of our plan at the beginning of 2013 to raise our profile in the sector as a prudent and ethical provider of short term funding. Thank you to all those who took the time to nominate us. In terms of what next, well we intend to continue with our growth ambitions and brokers will definitely hear more positive news from us as we move into 2014 and beyond”