Hume Brophy hires Paul Jordan as deputy MD in Brussels

Hume Brophy has appointed Paul Jordan as associate partner and deputy MD of its Brussels practice.

Paul Jordan: joins Hume Brophy
Paul Jordan: joins Hume Brophy

He joins from the MCI Group, where he was a client director working primarily across the healthcare sector. While there, he managed a number of high-profile trade and professional associations in healthcare and other industries. 

Before this, Jordan spent several years in the European Commission and with Deloitte’s Brussels operation.

In his new role, Jordan will also be responsible for brand development and marketing, enhancing the company brand and promoting expertise in key sectors.

The agency’s founder partner John Hume commented: 'This is a new position that Paul is taking on and one that will substantially strengthen our senior management team… Paul’s experience and expertise will prove a valuable asset to the company going forward.'

Last month Hume Brophy announced its expansion in to the Asia market with the opening of a Singapore operation.

Founded by John Hume and Eoin Brophy in 2005, Hume Brophy has a team of more than 60 consultants working in Brussels, Dublin, London, Paris and Singapore.

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