Having brokers recognized from across the country points to our national strength. And our notable success with helping young brokers and offices rise to the top of the industry showcases how well our core value programs are working for brokers in today’s ever-changing mortgage marketplace.
Invis Mortgage Intelligence has been honoured several times in 2014, winning high-profile awards and much industry recognition.
In May, the annual Canadian Mortgage Awards held at Toronto's Liberty Grand was a very successful night for the Company. The CFF Bank Award for Best Newcomer Mortgage Broker Office went to Mortgage Intelligence's LA Mortgage Team represented by Ana Cruz and Lisa Pellerin. The FDS Broker Services Award for Best Community Service Effort went to Carmen Alpaerts of Invis in London, Ontario. Rob Regan-Pollock (Invis Vancouver), Kim Gibbons (Mortgage Intelligence Toronto), Rosa Bovino (Invis Winnipeg), Daniel Natareno (Mortgage Intelligence Oakville) and Jennifer Gaudet (Mortgage Intelligence Greenwood NS) were also finalists for awards.
The annual Canadian Mortgage Professional (CMP) Top 75 Brokers List featured Ron Lefebvre (Invis Edmonton), Adil Mawji (Invis Calgary), Sarah Davison (Mortgage Intelligence Grande Prairie), and Ken Lankin (Mortgage Intelligence Niagara Falls), while Sarah Davison, Ken Lankin, and Donna Mullen (Mortgage Intelligence Wasaga Beach) made the Top 20 in Small Markets List.
Recently, CMP recognized Carmen Alpaerts and Lisa Valade, Regional Manager in Ontario, for distinction as "Women of Influence." Nine women were selected from the brokerage industry for recognition of their outstanding accomplishments and contributions.
In Alberta, Gary Siegle, Vice-President Prairies, was honoured with the Bill Patton Memorial Award for Lifetime Achievement in the mortgage industry. Gary was previously inducted into the Canadian Mortgage Hall of Fame at the industry's 2010 national conference in Montreal.
The August issue of CMP magazine featured nine Invis Mortgage Intelligence brokers from across the country as the industry's top "Young Guns", those under 35 who are making their mark. Ron Lefebvre, Véronique Sergerie (Mortgage Intelligence Laval), Annie Mirza (Mortgage Intelligence Mississauga), Diana Lee (Invis Edmonton), Adil Mawji, Sarah Davison, David Parkinson (Invis Kelowna), Bryan Baker (Invis Calgary), and Jennifer Gaudet were all selected for the top 35 under 35.
"So far 2014 has been an incredible year for Invis Mortgage Intelligence," says Cameron Strong, CEO. "We are honoured with all of the industry recognition that we've received. Having brokers recognized from across the country points to our national strength. And our notable success with helping young brokers and offices rise to the top of the industry showcases how well our core value programs are working for brokers in today's ever-changing mortgage marketplace."