BNP Paribas names Hawley as Asia fixed-income head as Foch takes global role


BNP Paribas corporate and investment banking has named Bob Hawley, currently head of fixed income in the Americas, as head of fixed income, Asia Pacific, with effect from September 1. Hawley will replace Henri Foch, who has been promoted to global deputy head of fixed income. Foch will relocate to London from Hong Kong.

Hawley will report locally to Eric Raynaud, chief executive for Asia Pacific, and to London-based Frédéric Janbon, global head of fixed income, once he relocates to Hong Kong. Hawley was head of fixed income for Japan between 2002 and 2005 and was named head of fixed income Americas in 2005. He is a member of the North America management committee, member of the fixed-income executive committee and president of BNP Paribas Securities Corp.

Foch, who will continue to report to Janbon, will have a wider role across fixed income, particularly focusing on emerging market products and the needs of clients in that area. Foch was appointed head of fixed income Asia-Pacific in January 2008. Prior to that, he was global head of foreign exchange trading from 1994.

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