BNP Paribas reaffirms its position as a leader in equity derivatives with two awards from The Banker magazine.
This is the second consecutive year in which BNP Paribas has won the Structured Investment Products category, while it last won the Equity Derivatives award in 2013. Emmanuel Dray, Global Head of Equity Derivatives Institutional Sales at BNP Paribas, received the awards at a ceremony in London last night.
In an article published in the September issue of the magazine, The Banker said: "In 2017, BNP Paribas' market share increased some 15% year on year, according to data firm Coalition. But what sees it take home the trophy for equity derivatives is its structuring track record, embrace of digitisation, and expansion of the equity derivatives investor base.
"While Europe is still its core market, the group's recent revenue growth has been fuelled by business in the US and Asia-Pacific."
Nicolas Marque, Global Head of Equity Derivatives said: "We have been in the equity derivatives business for more than 20 years and our business model is based on long-term client relationships. We look forward to continuing to serve our clients globally through our innovative solutions."
The Banker magazine has been a trusted source of banking information since 1926. It strives to inform and offers a wide range of news, features, analysis, interviews, and in-depth coverage of all the key issues facing the financial sector. The Banker Investment Banking awards celebrate the most innovative and creative players in the industry over the past 12 months.