Toronto, Canada, July 29, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Canadian Mortgage Professional has released its 2017 Young Guns report, which recognizes the up-and-comers who have already made their mark in the mortgage industry even with just a few years of being in the business.
After receiving an overwhelming amount of nominations from across the country, CMP narrowed the list down to 55 young men and women who have made themselves relevant amidst a pool of immense talent despite today’s competitive environment. This year’s selection ranges from entrepreneurs who have branched out on their own and built successful businesses to million-dollar brokers who have set a benchmark in the industry that everyone aspires to be.
“Despite being 35 or younger, these professionals prove that age really is just a number with the amount of success they have achieved in their respective businesses,” said Heather Turner, CMP journalist. “This year’s Young Guns are not only bringing a unique blend of 21st-century moxie and old-school work ethic to the mortgage industry but are also inspiring their peers with their commitment and expertise.”
To learn more about this year’s Young Guns, see issue 12.07 of Canadian Mortgage Professional, out now or view the list online at http://www.whichmortgage.ca/leading-mortgage-professionals/cmp-young-guns-2017/
Canadian Mortgage Professional, published by Key Media International, is Canada’s leading independent magazine for mortgage brokers and professionals. With over 10,000 copies being distributed every month, it provides the latest news, developments and changes that affect the industry along with dedicated sales and marketing features that enable Canadian mortgage brokers to further develop their businesses.