Prospa, a web-based lender serving Australian SMEs, says it did a clear sweep of the MFAA State Excellence Fintech Lender Award for the third yr operating.
In accordance with the Fintech, the corporate has obtained the Fintech Lender Award for QLD on the fifth and ultimate digital state occasion on Wednesday night, following wins in each different state and territory over the previous two weeks.
Held just about this yr as a result of Coronavirus, the MFAA State Excellence Awards acknowledge the business’s finest brokers, companies, and business professionals, with a deal with distinctive customer support, professionalism, and innovation.
Prospa State Supervisor for SA / NT Erin Manhood picked up the BDM (Lender & Help Service Supplier) Award for the second yr in a row, whereas Clare Gallimore gained in the identical class for QLD. David Robertson was additionally recognised as a finalist for WA.
Alex Brgudac, Head of Partnerships, at Prospa commented on the popularity:
“We’re thrilled to receive the Fintech Lender Award in every state and territory for the third year in a row and to have our individual BDMs recognised. We’re so proud of our team’s passion for small business and their dedication to delivering the best partner and customer experiences. Thank you to the broker community for their continued support and we look forward to working together to help drive small business recovery. Thank you also to the MFAA for the important work they do and for bringing the industry together in such a fantastic virtual event. Congratulations to all the winners and finalists.”
Stephen Hale, Head of Advertising and marketing and Communications on the MFAA mentioned this celebrates Prospa’s ongoing dedication to its companions, SMEs and wider business initiatives.
Since inception, Prospa has originated over $1.5 billion in loans throughout Australia and New Zealand serving over 28,500 small enterprise prospects.