Who Is Switching Jobs? People Moves in October 2018
Switching jobs is important, because the days of lifelong employment are gone. Your job security is not something your employer controls anymore.
You build your own marketability and then you carry it around with you. When you stay in the same organisation for too long, you gradually lose touch with the outside world.
Here are some recent people moves across various industries:
Specialist property lender Octopus Property, part of the Octopus Group, announced the appointment of Paula Purdy as business development manager, north of England, reporting directly to D’mitri Zaprzala, Head of Sales. Paula’s appointment follows on from the three regional BDM hires announced last month, with representatives now established across the United Kingdom. Paula brings over 17 years of residential, commercial, buy-to-let and bridging lending experience.
She joins Octopus Property from Shawbrook Bank, where she was head of sales, residential mortgages, increasing business and raising Shawbrook’s profile amongst intermediaries. Paula will be responsible for deepening relationships with introducers, alongside building new ones, in and around major North of England cities including Chester, Liverpool, Crewe and Warrington, leveraging Octopus Property’s residential, commercial and development product range.
White & Case LLP
Global law firm White & Case has expanded its global project finance practice with the addition of Simon Caridia as a new partner in London. Simon focuses his practice on debt financings for infrastructure M&A and private equity transactions.
He advises industry sponsors, infrastructure and private equity funds, commercial bank lenders, multilateral agencies, institutional investors and host governments on brownfield transactions and greenfield projects, including acquisitions, refinancing’s, restructurings, project finance and public-private partnerships.
He joins White & Case from Herbert Smith Freehills, where he was a partner.
Houlihan Lokey, the global investment bank, yesterday announced that David Brock had joined the firm as a managing director in its industrials group, focused on the building products sector. He is based in London. David joins from Jefferies, where he was a managing director and head of the construction and building materials group.
Prior to Jefferies, he was also a managing director and head of the construction and building materials group at Deutsche Bank. David’s previous experience also includes equity research roles in the building products sector at Credit Suisse and HSBC.