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Australian Broking Awards Select Tony Bice as Finalists

Australian Broking Awards

Australian Broking Awards

We are proud to declare that once again, Tony Bice is a finalist in the Australian Broking Awards. These awards acknowledge mortgage brokerages on a national basis and for that reason, this achievement is one we are very proud of.

Tony Bice, Finance Made Easy is a finalist for Finance Broker of the Year

The Adviser reveals the finalists for the very expected 2018 Australian Broking Awards.

Associate with the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, the Australian Broking Awards is the only industry awards program highlighting only on the prime brokers and brokerages in the Australian mortgage industry.

The awards figure out the perfect brokers and brokerages in the industry in types that depend. The process is translucent and considerable and contains the information and views of a team of judges, making sure the awards are truthful, correct and impartial.

This year, recognizes over 250 finalists in the going to win awards in 31 categories.

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https://www.theadviser.com.au/australian-broking-awards/blog/revealed-2018-aba-finalists

Visit here to view the full list of this year’s finalists
https://www.theadviser.com.au/australian-broking-awards/winners/2018-finalists

About Tony Bice

Tony has a Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing), is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has a Diploma in Financial Planning. He is also a member of the MFAA (Mortgage and Finance Industry Association).

Tony has a background in Finance and Banking, having spent 20 years working in senior management with the Commonwealth Bank. He then spent the last 8 years, again in senior management, working for two of the largest Aggregators in Australia – Lawfund and Firstfolio, and more recently has accepted a role as an Area Director with Firstfolio overseeing/managing the groups key Mortgage Brokers. He has been a Mortgage Broker for the past 8 years and as a Director of First Choice Mortgage (http://www.firstchoicemortgage.com.au/) is responsible for the overall growth of the company’s sales and operations.

First Choice Mortgage Brokers is the premier Mortgage Broker in Australia. Our services are available in all major capital cities, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and throughout Australia. With our qualified and highly experienced brokers, who utilize their integrity, industry knowledge and vast network of resources within the property mortgages sector. Our clients receive the latest, most up to date and valuable information to assist their decision in obtaining a mortgage. Comprehensive client consultation will enable First Choice Mortgage Brokers to ensure that your needs are met with the right kind of advice. Our mortgage brokers are available to visit you at your work place, home or location of convenience for a discussion about what your current situation is and how First Choice Mortgage Brokers can assist.

First Choice Mortgage Brokers
57 Burns Crescent, Chiswick, NSW, Australia 2046
Phone: 0404 856 282
Email: firstchoicemortgagebroker@gmail.com
Website: http://www.firstchoicemortgage.com.au/

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