BNP PARIBAS Corporate & Investment Banking (CIB) is pleased to announce a number of senior appointments within its Fixed Income division, as part of a strategic plan to build out its emerging markets and USD capabilities. The following changes will take effect on 1st September 2011.
Henri Foch, currently Head of Fixed Income, Asia Pacific, is promoted to Global Deputy Head of Fixed Income. Henri will be based in London, reporting to Frédéric Janbon, Global Head of Fixed Income. Following his outstanding contribution over the last few years in Asia, Henri will play a wider and key strategic role across fixed income, bringing a wealth of experience, particularly of emerging market products and the needs of clients in that area.
Bob Hawley, currently Head of Fixed Income in the Americas, will move to Hong Kong to become Head of Fixed Income, Asia Pacific reporting to Frédéric Janbon and to Eric Raynaud, CEO, CIB Asia Pacific. Bob is a long-standing member of the executive team, including a period as Head of Fixed Income, Japan and has been closely involved in the Asian development plan across our institutional and corporate client franchises. In his new role, Bob will drive forward this plan and our overall push into Asia.
Christian Mundigo and Kip Testwuide are promoted to Co-Heads of Fixed Income, Americas from their current roles as Co-Head of Credit Trading & Head of Fixed Income Trading, Americas and Head of Fixed Income Distribution & Origination, Americas respectively. Christian and Kip will build on the excellent work carried out by Bob and focus on maximising the synergies between trading and sales and increasing the size of our flow products businesses. Both will join the Fixed Income Executive Committee and the CIB North America Regional Management Committee, reporting jointly to Frédéric Janbon and Everett Schenk, Head of BNP Paribas CIB, North America.
David Brunner, currently Global Deputy Head of Fixed Income, will relocate to New York after the summer to take up a senior position with broader responsibility within CIB as a whole, the details of which will be announced shortly.
Commenting on these changes, Frédéric Janbon said: “As we continue to operate in a challenging environment, these appointments will help us to implement our goals in USD and emerging markets. This is a key part of our overall strategy to continue building a highly successful and competitive global fixed income business.”
About BNP Paribas Corporate and Investment Banking
BNP Paribas Corporate and Investment Banking employs around 20,000 people in over 50 countries and services 14,000 corporate and institutional clients worldwide.
BNP Paribas CIB excels in:
– Derivatives – where it is one of the leading global players in rates, credit, forex, commodity and equity derivatives.
– Capital markets – where it is one of the top European houses in both ECM and DCM (bond, securitisation, convertibles and equity issuance)
– Structured finance – where it is amongst the leaders in acquisition, export, project, energy and commodity finance globally.