Rydex Appoints Jolley as Sales Director

Friday, August 16, 2002
Rydex Corporation Limited, an Inmarsat Ventures subsidiary has appointed of Paul Jolley as sales director effective as of 12 August 2002. He has extensive practical and commercial expertise within the Maritime industry. After leaving school he trained and served as a Deck Officer for eight years. Thereafter having gained an honors degree in Maritime Studies from John Moore University, Liverpool he joined Racal Survey Ltd., initially as a Hydrographic Surveyor before being promoted into the commercial division. With 10 years Sales and Marketing experience of highly technical product offerings to the maritime and offshore sectors, Paul joins us direct from university where he recently qualified as a lawyer, (non-practicing). Specializing in commercial, intellectual property and corporate law Paul is ideally placed to continue the unprecedented expansion of the company. Paul is aged 41, married with one Daughter aged 11. He lists as his hobbies motorcycling, hill walking and renovating old properties. Upon his arrival Paul made the following statement: “Joining Rydex is everything I had hoped for. The product is without doubt superior in the market place. Despite exceptional sales growth to date there are a multitude of commercial, market and sales opportunities and developments which I, with my sales team, will tirelessly pursue. This appointment also allows me to continue to practize the art of sales within the maritime industry, a sector for which I hold a real passion.”

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