Sunday, September 20, 2020

Six graduates appointed as firm celebrates Women’s Network milestone

The Leeds office of CBRE has recently appointed 6 new graduates and placement students to join its expanding team as part of the firm’s commitment to nurturing new talent within the region.

Joining on the CBRE graduate training scheme are Ross Jackson and Sophie Angus in the Rating and Valuation teams respectively. Jed McGinnis also joins the Building Consultancy team.

Taking up 12 month placements within the Leeds office are Oliver Maloney in the Retail team, Henry Watson within Industrial Agency and James Brindley who has joined the Specialist Markets team.

The latest graduate and placement appointments at CBRE Leeds reflect the company’s ongoing commitment to recruiting and training fresh talent within the region. The appointments come as CBRE celebrates its 10th anniversary of the CBRE Women’s Network, an association which has successfully promoted the growth of female employees across the company and in the Leeds office.

Richard Sunderland, Managing Director at CBRE Leeds, comments: “We are delighted to welcome the new graduates to our growing team here in Leeds. We are confident that the new starters will contribute an innovative approach to business whilst benefitting from the experience of our highly qualified teams. In addition, we are proud to lend our continuing support to the CBRE women’s network which has helped to promote high growth in female employees within the Leeds office.”

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