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    It’s now the final week to submit a nomination for the ninth annual MPA Young Guns list – a roundup of the country’s best brokers on track to become future industry leaders.

    To be eligible, brokers must be aged under 35 with less than two years’ experience as an accredited broker and have written at least $15m in loans over the past 12 months. To keep the focus firmly on fresh talent, brokers previously selected for the Young Guns list are not eligible to enter again.

    Entry is straightforward and free of charge – brokers simply need to complete this short online form for the chance to be considered. Both self-nominations and entries on behalf of others are accepted and encouraged.

    This is a valuable and rare opportunity for brokers to gain recognition at the very start of their careers. Proudly sponsored by ING, MPA is looking forward to unveiling the Young Guns class of 2020 in the January issue and online.

    Entries close this Friday 22 November

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