The HANA Awards were launched by the National Housing Federation to recognise excellence in housing association finance.

Jonathan Cox, Partner, and sector lead of our housing team, said, “We are thrilled to be recognised by the HANA Awards, which are now in their fifth year. Being shortlisted is a great recognition of the difference that our housing team makes to our housing association clients. Improving lives, communities and society is at the heart of everything we do; ensuring people have a safe, secure and warm home that is affordable is crucial to delivering this.”

Further information

For more information about our work in the housing sector, please contact Jonathan Cox and have a look at our website.

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