Tag: FX sales

FX sales

Sood Joins JB Drax Honore

Profit & Loss understands that Dominic Sood has joined JB Drax Honore as a director and senior salesperson in the FX team. He will be based in London and reports to Ben Shooter, global head of FX at the firm, which was established in 2004 by bond traders Jonathan Glassberg and Benn Shepherd. Sood joins […]

Renouf Joins NAB

Profit & Loss understands that Katie Renouf has joined National Australia Bank in London as a director, FX sales. She joins from BNP Paribas in London where she spent just over six years, initially in a business development role in the Channel Islands and more latterly in London in FX sales to currency and passive […]

Valdes-Rodriguez in at Credit Agricole

Crédit Agricole CIB Global Markets Division has announced that Robert Valdes-Rodriguez is joining the bank as head of financial institutions foreign exchange sales for North America.
It is something of a return to the institution for Valdes-Rodriguez, who has more than 25 years’ experience in the foreign exchange markets, as he started his career at Banque Indosuez, which subsequently, through mergers, became Crédit Agricole.
Based in New York, Valdes-Rodriguez reports to Koceila Maames, head of financial institutions sales for the Americas.

Hobert Joins BTIG

David Hobert has joined BTIG’s FX team in New York, to focus on developing new business. He has been named as a managing director and will report to Alan Circle and Martin Ferraro, managing directors and co-heads of foreign exchange trading at BTIG.
Prior to BTIG, he spent several years in a senior business development role at Autonomy Capital. Previously, Hobert held management and sales roles in New York and London including head of emerging market sales at UBS and RBC, and head of local market sales at Lehman Brothers.

And Finally…

One line in the midweek column tweaked some interest among the readership, my mention of the “juniorisation” of the sales role in the banking world. I must confess I hadn’t thought about it too much, it has very much been a natural evolution as incumbents exit the industry and, more pertinently perhaps, the customer demographic […]