BNP Paribas Adds Two Members to Institutional Sales Team

The two new additions - Chris Read and Morgan Walsh - are both former employees of Deutsche Bank.

BNP Paribas has added two new members to its institutional sales team – Chris Read and Morgan Walsh. Based in London. The two new additions are both former employees of Deutsche Bank, a report from FX Week states.

Before joining the ranks of BNP Paribas, Read was the head of Deutsche Bank’s investor desk in institutional forex sales. Walsh, on the other hand, was a member of the investor desk team.

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According to the article from FX Week, both Read and Walsh left the German investment bank in July this year. Read originally joined Deutsche in 2010. He joined the firm from JP Morgan, where he had worked on the forex execution desk since 2006.

Morgan Walsh’s Career Before BNP Paribas

Walsh, however, joined the bank from Morgan Stanley. At the firm, he held the position of institutional forex sales associate. During the three years he worked for the bank he covered the United Kingdom Real Money accounts.

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Morgan Walsh, BNP Paribas
Morgan Walsh
Source: LinkedIn

Prior to this, Walsh worked in forex sales at ICAP, a leading markets operator and provider of execution and information services. He worked at the company from September 2008 to January 2010.

According to his LinkedIn, during his first six months at the firm, he rotated between the equity, commodity, forex and interest rate swaps desks. He was then assigned to a new forex sales desk that focused on institutional clients.

In 2007, Walsh kick-started his career at Jefferies in the private client division. This position, which held for just over a year, was his introduction to working in the financial markets and, according to his LinkedIn “confirmed that finance was the career I wanted to pursue.”

Between 2004 until 2008 Walsh attended University College of Dublin. Here he achieved a Bachelor of Business and Legal Studies. In 2010 he also passed the first level of the Chartered Financial Analyst Program.

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