Paul Brundage is the Head of Oxford Properties’ European region. He is responsible for overseeing and managing the execution of the company’s European strategic plan, with emphasis on continued growth of the team and expansion into European markets alongside the UK and Paris.
Paul is a member of Oxford’s Global Executive Committee. He has been with OMERS for over 17 years; prior to opening Oxford’s London office in 2008, Paul was responsible for the asset management and operations of Oxford’s 50m sq ft Canadian portfolio. He has also held positions with Prudential of England and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Paul is actively involved in the UK’s economic and property landscape – he is a member of the Henley Business School Strategy Board, a Fellow of RICS and a regular attendee of the Bank of England Property Advisory Committee. He also sits on the British Property Federation (BPF) Policy Committee.
Paul holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Economics and Geography from the University of Toronto and a Masters of Arts in Urban and Regional Analysis from State University of New York.
Paul gave some good analogies and interesting insights into leadership, I liked his reference to sport and team ethos.