Paul Ezekiel

You don't need to be brain surgeon to be a successful carbon trader, but it helps, Paul Ezekiel, managing director and head of carbon trading at Credit Suisse, tells Pauline McCallion

The career path from neurosurgery into finance is not the most well-trodden, but it's the route taken by Paul Ezekiel, Credit Suisse's head of carbon trading. Having specialised in neurosurgery after attending medical school in his home country of Australia, Ezekiel moved to the US in 1992 and gained an MBA from Cornell University before moving into the financial sector.

"I actually come from a pretty entrepreneurial family and I'd always planned on going to business school. But when I came out

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