Scottish Building Society announced as Building Society of the Year for third year in a row at Scottish Mortgage Awards
Scottish Building Society (SBS) has scooped up Building Society of the Year for the third year in a row at the annual Mortgage Introducer Scottish Mortgage Awards, while its CEO Paul Denton was awarded Business Leader of the Year.
The awards ceremony took place at the Balmoral Hotel in Edinburgh on Friday 8th October, celebrating the best of the Scottish property finance market and bringing together some of the most senior operators in the industry.
Scottish Building Society is the oldest remaining building society in the world, offering a range of saving accounts and mortgages for every stage in life.
As a member-based mutual, Scottish Building Society’s focus and purpose is to serve its local communities.
Paul Denton, SBS Chief Executive, said:
The team at Scottish Building Society consistently go above and beyond. Following the trials brought upon by pandemic, it is good to see the hard work and dedication of our people being recognised through these awards. To receive Building Society of the Year for the third year in a row is a testament to their hard work, especially when up against such a high calibre of nominees.
After 173 years customers remain at the heart of our business, and we strive every day to do better. These awards highlight the Society’s enduring success which is founded upon a robust business model, skilled people and a reputation built on trust, confidence and exceptional customer service.
Robyn Hall, Publishing Director at Mortgage Introducer, said:
Mortgage Introducer is delighted to announce that at this year’s Scottish Mortgage Awards, Scottish Building Society were awarded Building Society of the Year, and Paul Denton was named Business Leader of the Year. Congratulations from everyone at Mortgage Introducer on your well-deserved wins.
Paul Denton brings a wealth of experience spanning over 30 years, having worked with RBS and the Co-op before joining SBS.
The Mortgage Introducer Awards were judged by independent and respectable experts.