BNP Paribas?

Can't really find too much except that it doesn't seem to be good, they have a french bias and they have non-existent exits. Any new information on BNP?

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Jun 28, 2019 - 9:28am

on the trading side....BNP has a culture of taking a lot of risk...good place for traders.

just google it...you're welcome
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Nov 4, 2020 - 7:36pm

Most of the french banks (including BNP) are good for trading, primarily derivatives (SocGen for EqDrv) and exotics pushing into the structured products space. Can't speak to their IB business' comp, but of the french banks specifically, BNP is probably the most active french bank in Structured Finance, LevFin and if I had to assume DCM as well.

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Nov 5, 2020 - 9:39am

Terrible in NA and in the UK - bad pay, dry deal flow, below average bonuses (another story for ECM/levfin)

Among the top banks in Continental Europe (particularly France)

Top people leave for better banks. Personally, got like 30% more at an EB than I'd have had at BNP

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