Distressed credit trading head leaves BNP Paribas

Robert Lepone, BNP Paribas’s head of distressed and leveraged credit trading, Europe, has left the bank. The decision was by mutual agreement, a market source said. Lepone is not thought to be moving immediately to another role elsewhere.

  • By Dan Alderson
  • 15 Jul 2013

A BNP Paribas spokesperson declined to comment on Lepone’s departure or whether the bank had plans to replace him in the role.

However, a market source said BNPP was looking to hire soon in London to cover Lepone’s responsibilities. BNP Paribas’s global head of credit trading, Benjamin Jacquard, ...

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