The People Space: Dream, MDC, FRPO and other appointments

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Two of Dream’s REITs have new chief financial officers at the helm this week. Jay Jiang was appointed the CFO of Dream Office REIT (D-UN-T), replacing Rajeev Viswanathan, who moved over to take a similar position with Dream Global REIT (DRG-UN-T). 

Laetitia Pacaud is the new executive vice-president of business development at MDC. (Image courtesy MDC)

The moves were precipitated by the departure of Tamara Lawson from Dream Global REIT. Lawson left to pursue another opportunity, the trust said in a release.

Jiang was formerly senior vice-president of strategic finance of Dream and was responsible for corporate development, strategy, finance and investor communications. Prior to joining Dream, he was part of the equity research team at BMO Capital Markets covering the Canadian real estate sector; and a manager at Ernst & Young LLP in the financial services assurance and advisory group.

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