BNP Currency Strategists Redeker, Stannard Said to Have Left

Hans-Guenter Redeker, BNP Paribas SA’s global head of foreign-exchange strategy in London, is leaving the bank, according to four people with knowledge of the matter.

Ian Stannard, London-based senior currency strategist, is also going, said the people, who declined to be identified because they’re not authorized to discuss the departures.

Redeker and Stannard joined BNP together in November 2000 from Chase Manhattan Bank in London. Redeker, a German national, had been with Chase Manhattan since 1987 while Stannard joined the lender, now part of JPMorgan, in 1990.

Ilias Catsaros, a BNP Paribas spokesman in Paris, declined to comment when contacted by Bloomberg News. Redeker would not comment when contacted by telephone while Stannard couldn’t be reached.

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