Mortgage adviser Mandy Jordan has won a New Zealand Adviser ‘Young Gun’ of the year award for the second time.
Now in its second year, the awards aim to recognise talented young individuals under 35 who have made a name for themselves in the mortgage and finance sector.
In March professionals from across New Zealand were invited to nominate their most impressive rising stars, who were then asked to outline their future plans and career goals, as well as providing a recommendation from a brokerage head, manager or long-term referral partner.
The top 21 advisers were then chosen by the judges and given the title of Young Gun of the Year.
Mandy said, when contacted, it was passion, good systems, great professionals to work around and the best clients that helped her win the award.
“I’m almost speechless….incredibly humbled…and beyond grateful for the team around me…Tori, Sonya, Mortgage Supply, Astute,” she said on her Facebook page.
Because she loved her work made it easy, “the high of helping people achieve what they thought they couldn’t, the relationships with the agents, lawyers, accountants and lenders, supportive family and friends, working with people for the short, mid and long term goals and seeing them smash it is addictive.
“And having the best team I know around me – working mums who know how to juggle,” she said.
Mandy started out working in a bank before having her first child, and then became an assistant for David Windler in Auckland – one of the country’s leading advisers.
Two years ago she launched Mortgage Supply Southland and said she hasn’t looked back.
Her success also includes Mortgage Supply’s ‘Regional and National Adviser of the Year 2020’, as well as Astute Financial’s ‘Rookie of the Year nominee in 2021.
Mortgage Supply Southland is remunerated by the lenders and make the decision to not also charge the clients a fee – something that they’re proud of.