Calyon Boosts Asian Equity Desk

Calyon is preparing to expand its newly integrated equity derivatives platform in Hong Kong with the addition of four traders.

  • 11 Jul 2004
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Calyon is preparing to expand its newly integrated equity derivatives platform in Hong Kong with the addition of four traders. An official close to the firm said the bank is preparing to shift equity derivative dealers from the head office in Paris to Hong Kong in the coming weeks to increase its capabilities in the region. The move comes on the back of Jean-Paul Brassier, now-Asia ex-Japan head of credit and equity derivatives, transferring from London to Hong Kong to oversee the re-tooling for the newly-formed French house (DW, 5/30). Brassier declined to comment on the plans.

  • 11 Jul 2004

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