BNP PARIBAS ANNOUNCES NEW APPOINTMENT IN ITS NORDIC DIVISION TO FURTHER SUPPORT ITS GROWTH AMBITIONS
BNP Paribas strengthens its position as a leading Global European bank in the Nordic region with appointing Nalini Bonnier as Head for Nordic Family Offices and Entrepreneurs
As part of BNP Paribas' ambition to be the leading banking partner in EMEA, the Nordic region has been identified as a strategic priority where the Group aims to grow its Corporate and Institutional Banking (CIB), which includes Global Markets (GM) business and further drive the expansion in the region.
Nalini Bonnier is appointed as Head for Nordic Family Offices and Entrepreneurs in CIB, working closely with our Wealth Management division. Nalini joins after almost 7 years at Deutsche Bank WM, where she focused on family offices and entrepreneurs. She has experience as CIO at Catella Förmögenhetsförvaltning. Nalini also has a background as a hedgefund manager/partner at Manticore Capital AB (Brummer & Partners Group) and Wiborg Kapitalförvaltning, as well as working as a fund manager at the Third National Pensions Fund and SEB Investment Management. She will be based in Stockholm.
“We are the largest global bank across the Nordic countries and have a long-term commitment to the region. We are investing heavily in the region, both in terms of capital and employees. The key appointment of Nalini Bonnier will further strengthen our local platform as the leading Global European bank for our Nordic clients,” said Eirik Winter, CEO for BNP Paribas Group Nordic Region.
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BNP Paribas is a leading bank in Europe with an international reach. It operates in 68 countries and has more than 193,000 employees, including nearly 148,000 in Europe. The Group has key positions in its three main activities: Domestic Markets and International Financial Services In the Nordic region BNP Paribas employs over 800 people across CIB, Asset Management, Personal Finance, Car Fleet Management through Arval, Leasing, Factoring and Insurance through Cardif, with offices in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden.