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I am thrilled to have been part of an industry and association that has made some truly phenomenal progress. It's been exciting to be part of that growth and to work with so many dedicated brokers, lenders and other industry professionals.

CAAMP honours Stan Falkowski with Outstanding Service Award

By Kelly Neuber
11.26.2012

Stan Falkowski was honoured by the Canadian Association of Accredited Mortgage Professionals (CAAMP), receiving the Michael Ellenzweig Outstanding Service Award in recognition of his dedication and hard work in furthering the aims and objectives of the organization.  The award was presented at the CAAMP Hall of Fame dinner last night in Vancouver.  

Stan Falkowski has been a leading player in Canada's mortgage brokerage industry since 1989. He left a successful career as a banker to help shape independent Ontario-based mortgage brokerage Norlite Financial. In 2001, the company was part of a merger of leading independent firms that resulted in the formation of Mortgage Intelligence. Stan was instrumental in Mortgage Intelligence's development and its growth into one of Canada's most influential brokerages. With the purchase of Mortgage Intelligence by Invis Inc., Stan assumed the role of SVP for the Mortgage Intelligence brand and, in October 2010, took on the position of President, representing both brands.

Stan has dedicated the last 20 years to bettering the industry and for the last 12 years has served as a board member of CAAMP. Stan has served on various CAAMP committees including membership, ethics, and co-chair of the Ethics Committee as well as serving as Treasurer on the Executive Committee.

"This is certainly a tremendous honour," says Falkowski.  "The mortgage brokerage sector in Canada has come a long way in the past 30 years.  I am thrilled to have been part of an industry and association that has made some truly phenomenal progress. It's been exciting to be part of that growth and to work with so many dedicated brokers, lenders and other industry professionals."

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