Royal United Mortgage LLC Honored as 2011 Company to Watch

August 28, 2011

Royal United Mortgage LLC has been recognized as the 2011 Indiana Company to Watch, an awards program presented by the Indiana Economic Development Corporation, its Small Business Development Center network, Purdue University and the Edward Lowe Foundation.

Forty-three companies from Indiana were honored as outstanding second-stage companies during the fourth annual Indiana Companies to Watch awards program, held on Aug. 25 in Indianapolis.

Companies to Watch is an awards program that celebrates Indiana’s privately held second-stage companies, typically those businesses that are past the startup phase, are considered to be established, and face issues of growth, not survival.

Companies honored range in industries and have headquarters based in 19 counties throughout the state. Among the 43 honored companies in 2011 is Royal United Mortgage LLC.

What brings us the greatest satisfaction about this recognition and opportunity,” stated Craig Royal, CEO of Royal United Mortgage LLC, “is that we started this business based upon the premise that we would flourish by enriching the lives in the communities that we serve by providing an unparalleled education and service experience for customers and employees.  It is great to see that strategy result in both growth and opportunities for our headquarters community.”

About Royal United Mortgage LLC

Royal United Mortgage LLC, LLC, headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, is a privately-held, predominantly employee-owned mortgage bank.  In business since March of 2008, the company provides consumers with mortgage and home equity financing.  The firm was founded with the purpose of enriching the communities it serves.  It does so by providing consumers with a wide product-array, competitive pricing and advisors that guide consumers to the best financial solution for both their short and long-term needs.  Learn more about Royal United Mortgage LLC at

About Indiana Companies to Watch

Companies to Watch firms must employ between six and 150 full-time equivalent employees, have between $750,000 and $100 million in annual revenue or working capital in place, and demonstrate the intent and capacity to grow based on employee or sales growth, exceptional entrepreneurial leadership, sustainable competitive advantage or other notable strengths.

This year more than 300 Indiana companies were nominated and 213 companies submitted applications for the Companies to Watch program. From that pool, 111 finalists were selected, and 43 companies emerged to become the 2011 class of Indiana Companies to Watch.

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