BNP Paribas Fills FX Options Sales Hole

  • 21 Jan 2002
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BNP Paribas has hired Jeremy Adam, foreign exchange options salesman at ABN AMRO in London, to work in a similar capacity, replacing Karim Wilkins who left last month. A BNP official said Wilkins is taking a break and traveling in New Zealand.

Adam confirmed his move but declined further comment. He joins Mark Henderson on the fx options sales team in London. They both report to Ligia Torres, head of fx sales in Paris.

At ABN, Adam reported to Douglas Bongartz-Renaud, head of global fx options in Amsterdam, who confirmed the move but declined further comment.

  • 21 Jan 2002

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