Northam broker named state finalist at MFAA's Excellence Awards

State finalist: Northam mortgage broker Christiner Dunkerton has been named as a WA finalist for the Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) State Excellence Awards. Photo: Eliza Wynn.
State finalist: Northam mortgage broker Christiner Dunkerton has been named as a WA finalist for the Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) State Excellence Awards. Photo: Eliza Wynn.

A Northam finance broker has been named as a finalist for the Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) State Excellence Awards.

Christine Dunkerton is a finalist in the Western Australia Regional Finance Broker Award category for the second consecutive year.

The awards highlight brokers, broker businesses and staff who have demonstrated exceptional customer service, professionalism, ethics, growth and innovation.

Mrs Dunkerton said she is honoured to jabe neem recognised by her industry peers.

"The last year has been full of change and increasing challenges for the finance broking industry, but I've been delivering better customer outcomes than ever," she said.

"I have a strong focus on customer service and communication which is my point of difference and I believe this focus has enabled me to grow and prosper during a time of increasing change and uncertainty in the industry."

A spokesperson from the MFAA said Mrs Dunkerton is a finalist out of 560 national award submissions.

"Christine has been rewarded for demonstrating her professionalism, integrity, ethical conduct, growth and innovation," the spokesperson said.

"To be recognised as a finalist speaks volumes of their exceptional practice and professionalism in the mortgage and finance industry."

The MFAA Excellence Awards are judged by an independent panel of industry specialists, business professionals and experts.

All finalists have an opportunity to be recognised as their state's winner.

State winners will then have the opportunity to win the national title at an awards ceremony held on July 25 in Melbourne.