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September 19, 2017 - ,

Neehal Shah Joins BNP Paribas as Global Head of G10 FX Trading

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London, 19 September 2017 — BNP Paribas is delighted to announce that Neehal Shah has joined the bank as Global Head of G10 FX Trading with immediate effect. Neehal will be based in London and report directly to Adrian Boehler, Global Co-Head of FXLM & Commodity Derivatives.

Adrian Boehler, Global Co-Head of FXLM & Commodity Derivatives said:

“As we look to respond to challenging market conditions in G10 FX, Neehal will be tasked with repositioning our G10 FX offering across our cash and derivative businesses, both voice and electronic. He will work in close partnership with sales to ensure full alignment in connecting the franchise to the platform and driving a positive client experience. This is key as we strive to increase our relevance to, and penetration with, our key institutional and corporate clients globally.”

Neehal joins BNP Paribas with a wealth of relevant experience garnered over an 18-year career at Deutsche Bank where he held a number of senior positions including Global Head of Currency Options and Complex Risk Trading, Head of FX Trading Americas and Global Head of FX Investor Sales. He was also Global Head of Markets Electronic Sales as well as a member of Deutsche Bank’s Markets Electronic Trading Management Committee. In addition to his London-based roles, Neehal has spent time in Tokyo, Sydney and New York during his career.

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