Three BNP Paribas Bankers Said to Depart Credit Team in London

Three London-based credit bankers have left BNP Paribas SA, according to people familiar with the matter.

Andrea Gredy, a credit analyst at the lender, departed this week, said the people, who asked not to be identified because they aren’t authorized to talk about it. Richard Caldwell, a high-yield salesman, and Edward Lamb, who sold investment-grade credit, left last week, the people said.

Alexandra Umpleby, a spokeswoman at BNP Paribas, declined to comment on the departures.

Gredy is joining Morgan Stanley as a high-yield credit trader, one of the people familiar said. Lamb has been hired by Deutsche Bank AG to sell high-grade debt, two of the people said. Tom Walton, a spokesman for Morgan Stanley, and Charlie Olivier, a spokesman at Deutsche Bank, declined to comment on the hires.

Gredy declined to comment on his move, Caldwell didn’t respond to an email and Lamb couldn’t immediately be reached for comment.

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