Chico Khan-Gandapur has resigned from his role as global head of fixed income and currencies at Societe Generale Corporate and Investment Banking. A spokesperson for the bank says he is leaving the London-based position in order to spend more time with his family.
Khan-Gandapur joined SG CIB in May 2005 as head of euro rates sales. In April 2008 he was promoted to global head of flow business with Serge Topolanski as his deputy. In this role he was responsible for driving the bank’s flow activities, including credit, FX and rates. Khan-Gandapur was appointed global head of fixed income and currencies in July 2009.
Prior to working at SG CIB, Khan-Gandapur ran his own small structured tax boutique focusing on retail investment in film finance and planting trees in Brazil for carbon tax credits. Prior to this, he worked at Barclays Capital where he was managing director in charge of rates sales to Continental Europe, and Deutsche Bank, where he was managing director in charge of government bond sales, Europe.