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Street Capital President Paul Grewal Added to Canada's Mortgage Hall of Fame

Nov. 29, 2013
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Paul Grewal, President of Street Capital Financial, is now a member of the Canadian Mortgage Hall of Fame.

The Canadian Association of Accredited Mortgage Professionals (CAAMP) honoured Grewal and four others at an Awards Gala in Toronto on Nov. 27th.

Grewal, a 23-year mortgage industry veteran, has helped Street Capital grow to one of the top three mortgage brokerages in Canada with almost $17 billion in mortgages under administration.

"Street Capital is extremely proud of Paul's career achievements. He has been instrumental in the growth and success of Street Capital. We believe that Paul's induction into the Canadian Mortgage Hall of Fame is a testament to his dedication to the Canadian mortgage industry,” said Street Capital CEO, Ed Gettings.

Grewal, an active participant in CAAMP committees, received that association's Founders Award for his contributions in 2009.

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