BNP Paribas Adds To NY Equity Team

  • 12 Jan 2006
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BNP Paribas has hired George Stien, v.p. in institutional derivatives sales, to sell listed options, exchange-traded funds and ETF options to hedge funds. Stien joined Jan. 11, reporting to Todd Steinberg, deputy head of equities and derivatives in the Americas, in New York. "This is the beginning of our building a full-service listed derivatives and ETF sales and trading desk," said Steinberg. He expects to add four more salespeople and four to six traders in the next month and a half.

Last month, Stien left UBS, where he was associate in equity derivative sales, reporting to Russ Marcus, executive director of equity derivatives sales. Marcus said he is looking to find an internal replacement.
  • 12 Jan 2006

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