After graduating from the University of Liverpool with a degree in Politics, Dave Paton joined the Equiniti Hazell Carr team in 2000.
Having started out as a Pension Review Specialist, Dave has gone on to gain sound, hands-on operational expertise. This includes projects in endowments where he has also held an Operations Manager post.
With experience working both onsite and offsite, managing our DB outsourced third party arrangement, Dave also set up and worked on a specialist regulatory body project for the business. In 2008 Dave became Operations Manager.
Dave’s transition through the business has enabled him to experience both outsourced and in-sourced arrangements ensuring that he's well placed to find effective ways to add value and enhance processes for our clients.
In his spare time Dave enjoys playing rugby for Harwell.
Since 2008, when Joel Priest joined the Equiniti Hazell Carr team, he has put his recruitment and resourcing experience to great use. He brings to the table experience as a recruitment consultant for Ranstad, where he looked after the resourcing for their blue chip financial service clients including PwC, KPMG and Ernst and Young.
Joel specialises in graduate resourcing and regulated services and it’s his job to ensure the country’s high calibre graduate specialists join the Equiniti Hazell Carr team.
Joel studied at the University of Reading before embarking on a career within financial services. Outside of work Joel spends most of his time playing in a function band at weddings and corporate events.
With eight years’ experience in recruiting and resourcing and over 15 years of managing people, Jay Carr brings a unique combination of people skills to Equiniti Hazell Carr. With a background in recruiting for such demanding sectors as healthcare and social work as well as working directly in financial services, Jay brings an in-depth understanding of the requirements of specialist resourcing.
Specialising in Graduate resourcing, Jay has a wealth of experience in matching individuals just starting on their career path with engaging roles that help them develop key skills and practical knowledge that they can take throughout their working lives.
Very active in charity work, Jay is a massive advocate for Alzheimer’s Charities and research into Alzheimer’s, and in his spare time he enjoys Airsofting, Live Action Roleplaying and Martial Arts.
Jay lives in Berkshire with his Fiancée and has two grown up children.