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Pebereau, who was head of Banque Nationale de Paris SA (BNP) in 1993, had made a USD38bn unsolicited bid for Paribas SA and Societe Generale (GLE) SA in 1999.
Steel Hector has a long-standing history in the representation of domestic and foreign banking institutions, such as Barclay's Bank, Citibank, Colonial Bank, International Bank of Miami, Banco Venezolano de Credito, Banco de la Nacion Argentina, Banco Pastor, Caja de Ahorros de Valencia, Castellon y Alicante, and Banque Nationale de Paris.
BNP Paribas was established in May 2000 from the merger of Paris, France-based Banque Nationale de Paris and Paris, France-based Paribas.
following its merger on November 1, 1998, with BancWest Corporation of San Francisco, a subsidiary of Banque Nationale de Paris.
Besuchet is well known for his many years in the Swiss banking community where he held senior management positions in Geneva with the Union Bank of Switzerland, the Banque Nationale de Paris, the Banque Romande and Credit Suisse.
He was apparently referring to Banque Paribas of France, which is to merge with the state-run Banque Nationale de Paris.
Nasdaq: FHWN) today confirmed that it has been engaged in discussions with Banque Nationale de Paris concerning a possible merger between First Hawaiian and BNP's U.
He brings expertise in bank financing, risk evaluation and acquisition projects viability, having gained related experience over the past twelve years in commercial and corporate financing with National Bank of Canada, Banque Nationale de Paris, Bank of Montreal, and more recently with GE Capital.