Grace Currall

Executive Assistant to CCO

About

Grace is passionate about helping people and prides herself on building relationships with employees across all service areas.

Grace loves being part of a positive and energetic office environment and tries to give assistance where she can. She is self-motivated and determined to get the task at hand completed! She is organized, considerate to others and driven by a new challenge!

Skills and expertise

    • 2:1 Bachelors Birmingham City University
  • Grace studied to be a Social Worker at Birmingham City University and gained a 2:1 in her Degree in 2009. Throughout her studies and beyond she worked at David Lloyd Leisure Group as a Duty Manager and excelled in building customer relationships.

    Grace moved to live in Dubai in 2011 and started her career in financial services when she joined Globaleye as a Business Development Manager. In 2013 she was promoted to Head of Business Development, managing a large team of sales coordinators. Her main duties were focused around developing new training strategies and delivering excellent customer service.

    Grace joined Holborn Assets in May 2017 and is enjoying her new role in the Operations Team as Executive Assistant to The CCO. Her role enables her to assist Recruitment with the onboarding processes for new employees, welcoming them to their new roles by going that extra mile to integrate them happily into the company. She also manages corporate projects and provides administrative support to Senior Management, contributing to the strategic planning and future development of the company.

    Outside of work Grace enjoys socializing, eating fine food, cooking, exercise, films and travel.

  • “Always professional and response to emails is very prompt. Highly recommend Holborn Assets.” – Mr. McF

Latest blog articles

Why women must save more for retirement

Women are simply not saving enough for retirement, writes Women’s Finance Writer Vicky… Read More

By Julian Thompson . 4th December 2018

Financial planning for Christmas

With millions of Brits and expats expected to fall into debt this Christmas,… Read More

By Julian Thompson . 27th November 2018