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Hodge Shortlisted for Three Credit Awards, Including “Best Company to Work For”

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Hodge has been announced as a finalist in not one but three categories at this year’s Credit Awards – known as the ‘Oscars’ of the financial services world.

The specialist lender is in the running for a hat trick of awards after being shortlisted in the Best Company to Work For, Best Mortgage Lender of the Year and Best Marketing Campaign of the Year categories.

The Credit Awards take place annually to celebrate excellence in the financial services world, recognising innovation, best practice and the hard work of individuals operating across the industry UK-wide.

Hodge will take its place alongside some of the biggest names in the business, who are also in the running this year including high street names such as HSBC, Skipton, Newcastle Building Society, Leeds Building Society and more.

Dave Landen, CEO of Hodge, said:

“It’s absolutely fantastic to see Hodge shortlisted for not one but three categories at this year’s Credit Awards, alongside some of the most well-known and respected names in our sector, and at an awards ceremony which is so valued and hard fought within the UK financial services industry.

“I’m truly delighted that all the hard work and dedication my colleagues here at Hodge put into the work they do has been recognised in such a prestigious manner.

“I’m also really proud that we’ve been shortlisted in the ‘Best Company to Work For’ category for the 2023 awards, as we’ve always been committed to maintaining a great workplace culture and this gives us even more reason to keep focussing on providing positive colleague experiences, and ultimately continuing to make Hodge a great place to work.”

Winners in this year’s Credit Awards will be decided on by a wide-ranging judging panel made up of professionals working across the financial services industry for leading brands including Santander, Natwest, Virgin Money and more.

This year’s ceremony takes place on May 31st at Grosvenor House in London and will be hosted by comedian Katherine Ryan.

Business News Wales