As part of its executive-level recruitment drive, BNP Paribas Securities Services has named Corinne Vitte as its new head of sales for institutional investors.
Vitte was previously a relationship manager at RBC Investor & Treasury Services. She also spent 19 years at Citi, starting out as an asset manager, as well as a spell at Brown Brothers Harriman.
Alongside Vitte, the Zurich-based subsidiary has appointed a number of new executives to its client development team, including JPMorgan’s Dario Rigert.
However, its FX executive Andy DePhillips defected to HSBC last week.
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Urjut Patel has been named as the new governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and will succeed Raghuram Rajan, whose term ends on September 4.
Frank Vang-Jensen, who was appointed in March 2015, apparently went against the Swedish bank’s decentralised model.
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