Who won at the Australian Mortgage Awards 2022?

Winners of the industry's top honours unveiled

Who won at the Australian Mortgage Awards 2022?

A record crowd of more than 700 people gathered on Friday night to discover the mortgage finance industry’s best performers for 2022.

 

The 2022 Australian Mortgage Awards, the first to be held in person since the pandemic, attracted industry leaders from across Australia for a glamorous black-tie event at The Fullerton Hotel Sydney.

In the lender awards, Bankwest won MSA National Bank of the Year, while Pepper Money was named Non-Bank of the Year. Bankwest general manager third party Ian Rakhit is pictured above left and  Pepper Money CEO Mario Rehayem is pictured above right.

The PropTrack Fintech Lender of the Year award went to ubank, and the Mortgage Manager of the Year award was won by Mortgage Ezy.

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Organised by Key Media, the AMAs are supported by Mortgage Professional Australia and Australian Broker.  Westpac was the event partner for the 13th consecutive year.

Australian comedian and presenter Ed Kavalee, regular panellist on Have you Been Paying Attention? kept the evening on track.  After the awards ceremony wrapped up, guests kicked back on the dance floor, with live entertainment from Furnace & the Fundamentals.

There were 25 award categories, and two national awards; Westpac Australian Brokerage of the Year, won by Green Finance Group director Daniel Green, and the Liberty Australian Brokerage of the Year, which went to Entourage Finance.

In the aggregator awards, Money Quest Group won the Prime Capital Aggregator of the Year (up to 500 brokers) award, and Loan Market was awarded OnDeck Aggregator of the Year (over 500 brokers).

Bankwest won the Best Industry Marketing Campaign award, and Broker Essentials received the Dye & Durham Best Industry Service award.

In the BDM awards, Haley Bellamy from AFG won the Firstmac Best Aggregator BDM award, and Murray Smith from CBA was awarded Best Major Bank BDM.

The Best Non-Major Bank BDM award went to Roohi Kumar, St. George Bank, and the Mortgage Choice Best Non-Bank BDM award was won by Maddie Matthews of Plenti.

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Westpac Australian Broker of the Year winner Daniel Green also won the La Trobe Financial Broker of the Year - Commercial. Mhairi MacLeod of Astute Ability Finance Group won the Pepper Money Broker of the Year – Specialist Lending award.

Mortgage Professional Australia thanks Westpac as the event partner, along with award sponsors Adelaide Bank, Bankwest, BOQ, CBA, Dye & Durham, Equity-One, FBAA, Firstmac, La Trobe Financial, Liberty, MFAA, Mortgage Choice, MSA National, NextGen, OnDeck, Pepper Money, Prime Capital, PropTrack, Resimac and Trilogy Funds.

The full list of 2022 Australian Mortgage Award winners are below. You can also see the winners at the AMAs official website: Australian Mortgage Award winners 2022

National Awards

Westpac Australian Broker of the Year

  • Daniel Green, Green Finance Group

Liberty Australian Brokerage of the Year

  • Entourage Finance

Lender Awards

MSA National Bank of the Year

  • Bankwest

Non-Bank of the Year

  • Pepper Money

PropTrack Fintech Lender of the Year

  • ubank

Mortgage Manager of the Year

  • Mortgage Ezy

Aggregator Awards

Prime Capital Aggregator of the Year (Up to 500 brokers)

  • Money Quest Group

OnDeck Aggregator of the Year (Over 500 brokers)

  • Loan Market

Industry Awards

Best Industry Marketing Campaign

  • Bankwest

Dye & Durham Best Industry Service

  • Broker Essentials

BDM Awards

Firstmac Best Aggregator BDM

  • Haley Bellamy, AFG

Best Major Bank BDM

Best Non-Major Bank BDM

  • Roohi Kumar, St. George Bank

Mortgage Choice Best Non-Bank BDM

  • Maddie Matthews, Plenti

Brokerage Awards

Trilogy Funds Brokerage of the Year – Diversification

  • Bell Partners Finance

MFAA Brokerage of the Year (1-5 staff)

  • Everlend

Resimac Brokerage of the Year (6-20 staff)

  • Entourage Finance

Commonwealth Bank Brokerage of the Year (>20 staff)

  • Inovayt

Brokerage of the Year – Regional

  • Go Mortgage

Bankwest New Brokerage of the Year

  • MortgageWorks

BOQ Broker Best Customer Service from an Individual Office

  • Everlend

Broker Awards

La Trobe Financial Broker of the Year - Commercial

  • Daniel Green, Green Finance Group

FBAA Broker of the Year - Independent & Franchise

  • Josh Egan, Astute Melbourne City South and Gippsland

Pepper Money Broker of the Year – Specialist Lending

  • Mhairi MacLeod, Astute Ability Finance Group

Equity-One Broker of the Year - Productivity

  • Christian Stevens, Shore Financial

NextGen Broker of the Year – Regional

  • Brenden Lowbridge, Money Links
  • Jason Cuerel, Mortgage Innovations

Adelaide Bank Young Gun of the Year

  • Nick Atanasovski, Turnkey Finance