State Custodians has done it again – winning Money magazine’s Non-Bank Lender of the Year award for the third year in a row.
It’s the third year in a row State Custodians has won the prestigious category. State Custodians, Australia’s leading non-bank lender, has now won the top Money magazine award in 2011, 2012, and 2013. Winning the award coincides with today’s announcement that the non-bank lender will be rebranding to Australia’s Non-Bank to better reflect its market leading position.
CEO of State Custodians, Heidi Armstrong, says the award is due recognition for continued outstanding leadership on interest rates, excellence in customer service and flexibility of mortgage products.
“I understand the importance of non-bank lenders in creating a competitive home loan market – it ensures that Australians have access to competitive interest rates and better products,” Ms Armstrong said.
“State Custodians started seven years ago with the goal of creating genuine competition in the market – this award is great encouragement for all of our hard work.”
State Custodians has consistently outperformed its peers by winning prestigious industry awards. For six years running it has maintained a ‘5 Star’ CANSTAR rating on four of its main loans and most recently was awarded the 2012 Money magazine Best of the Best award for Cheapest Flexible Home Loan – Non-Bank 2013.