BNP Paribas shakes up commodities business

Soulami shifts to green-energy role after 10 years as commodity derivatives chief; other moves at BMO, JP Morgan and Phibro


BNP Paribas has combined its commodity derivatives and foreign exchange businesses, naming Adrian Boehler and Hubert de Lambilly as co-heads of the new division, a source familiar with the situation tells

Boehler was previously global head of sales for the French bank's forex unit, called the FX and Local Markets Group, while De Lambilly was global head of trading. The duo took on their additional duties on August 1.

Amine Bel Hadj Soulami, who had led the bank's commodity derivatives

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