BNP Paribas reshuffles global equities and commodities derivatives business


BNP Paribas has announced a major reshuffle of its GECD businesses in order to broaden its reach in key growth areas without shedding jobs.

The bank's activity is now organised by four newly formed businesses: Commodity Derivatives, managed by Amine Bel Hadj Soulami; Market Liquidity Provider headed by Olivier Osty; Structured Equity managed by newly appointed Nicolas Marque; and Flow & Financing under Emmanuel Heurtier, who is also newly appointed.

The bank has revealed that new positions have

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