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Trio of award nominees for KR Group

Three employees from Lancashire-based KR Group have been shortlisted for prestigious national awards within the financial services sector.

The Women in Financial Advice Awards are held in association with Professional Adviser and celebrate the achievements of women working within the financial advice sector. The three nominees span two of KR Group’s brands – Key, the UK’s leading equity release adviser and more 2 life, a specialist equity release lender.

Amanda Moore, an independent equity release adviser has been shortlisted for Mortgage Adviser of the Year. Amanda has worked for Key for 3 years and was nominated due to her consistent and exceptional level of service.

Shortlisted for Women of the Year in the Mortgages category is Paula Hughes, Corporate Development Director at Key. Although she has only been with Key since for a short time her strong leadership skills and drive have led to this recognition.

Amanda Day has also been nominated for Women of the Year in the Mortgages category. With more than three decades of experience in the financial services sector Amanda’s wealth of experience as a Business Development Manager at more 2 life speaks for itself.

Simon Thompson, CEO, KR Group, said: “To have three truly deserving women nominated in these national awards is fantastic. All three women are at the peak of their profession and excel in their different fields.

“As a company, we benefit from the experience that our many skilled and experienced female employees bring to our Head Office in Preston and across our network of advisers throughout the UK Our nominees dispel the myths which can sometimes surround women in financial services and we are pleased to see this celebrated within the industry.”

The awards ceremony will take place on Wednesday 10 October 2018 at a ceremony at the Marriott Grosvenor Square Hotel in London where the winners will be announced.

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