BNP Paribas sets up structured forex sales for European banks

BNP Paribas has set up a foreign exchange sales desk in London dedicated to non-reciprocal bank clients in Western Europe. The desk, consisting of two new hires and two internal moves, will focus on structured product sales.

Justine Hatt will focus on banks in Ireland, Scandinavia and the UK. She joins BNP Paribas after two years at Deutsche Bank in London, where she was most recently a director in forex structured products and derivatives sales. Prior to that, Hatt spent five years at Goldman Sachs.

Katy Mezhar also joins from Deutsche Bank’s forex structured products and derivatives group, having previously worked for CDC Ixis Capital Markets in London and Paris. She will focus on French-speaking countries, excluding France.

Paolo Scarani has moved internally from the French bank’s forex sales team in Milan, where he started in 2002. Scarani has covered large corporates for 10 years but now will be selling to banks in Italy, Switzerland, Spain and Portugal.

Tommaso Di Teodoro will join the desk on September 1 covering Italian clients. He is also moving from BNP Paribas’ Milan office, where he has been part of the forex and interest rate derivatives team since April 2004.

All four will report to François Boisson, head of European forex sales.

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