Hearn retires from BNP Paribas

Veteran banker Paul Hearn, global head of primary markets and distribution at BNP Paribas, is leaving the banking industry after 25 years, the latest in a line of senior faces to leave the industry.

  • 19 Jan 2009

He joined the French bank in December 2000 and has been instrumental in building the firm’s fixed income into the global franchise it is today.

Hearn told EuroWeek that he felt it was time to do something different. “There are personal reasons for it,” he says. “I want to ...

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