Wednesday 04 July 2018

BNP Paribas' Global Head of Equity Derivatives Institutional Sales talks about how the bank's three-pillar approach to equity derivatives is reaping rewards for its clients globally.


Emmanuel Dray, Global Head of Equity Derivatives Institutional Sales at BNP Paribas, is profiled in the Q3 2018 edition of the EQDerivatives Magazine. He discussed how the bank has diversified its equity derivatives platform towards Quantitative Investment Solutions and Delta One, and has ramped up client coverage with senior hires across financial engineering, trading and sales.

" The strategy around clients was to diversify and to better penetrate other segments of the market, including traditional asset managers, global pension funds, sovereign wealth funds and grow our insurer base where we are already making traction. This strategy around clients is already in motion and starting to deliver great results."


 
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