SG Benelux Sales Chief Annexes U.K.

Marcel Dupuis, responsible for institutional equity derivative sales to Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg at SG Corporate & Investment Banking, is adding the U.K. to his territories.

  • 06 Oct 2006
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Marcel Dupuis, responsible for institutional equity derivative sales to Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg at SG Corporate & Investment Banking, is adding the U.K. to his territories. He is now splitting his week between London and Paris. Dupuis referred calls to corporate communications.

David Escoffier, head of equity derivatives in London, said Dupuis has not been replaced in Paris as he is not relinquishing his role there. Dupuis is an addition to the U.K. sales team, he added.

  • 06 Oct 2006

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