BNP Names RBS Metals Analyst To Hedge Fund Derivatives Group

Jun 15 2010 | 1:12am ET

BNP Paribas has added a veteran metals analyst to service its commodity derivates hedge fund customers.

Stephen Briggs was named a senior metal markets strategist at the French bank’s commodity derivatives business. In addition to hedge fund customers, Briggs will focus on serving BNP’s trading and sales desks and commodity investor group.

Briggs joins BNP from RBS Global Banking & Markets, where he covered base and precious metals.

“We are very pleased to welcome Stephen as part of the commodity markets strategy team,” Amine Bel Hadj Soulami, global head of commodity derivatives, said. “Stephen’s knowledge and vast experience in the metals markets is a valuable addition to our commodity derivatives platform.”


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