People Moves Monday: A series of promotions

The past week saw appointments from Redburn, Kepler Cheuvreux, UBS and BNP Paribas CIB.

Redburn appointed Ian Cannacott as head of electronic execution, according to an internal memo seen by The TRADE. Cannacott was promoted to the role after serving at Redburn as an electronic sales trader and associate partner for the last seven years. Before joining Redburn, Cannacott served at State Street as a vice president and program trader. Previously in his career, he spent over five years at Dresdner Kleinwort where he served in various roles including as vice president and program trader and as a developer of the Fidessa product. Cannacott also previously spent two years at Credit Suisse in a Fidessa support role.

Kepler Cheuvreux promoted Olivier Noireault to the position of head of high-touch sales trading in France. Noireault was appointed to the role after spending the last 9 years at Kepler Cheuvreux, most recently as deputy head of sales trading for Paris. Prior to that, Noireault served as a program trader for two years from 2013, when he first joined the firm. Before joining Kepler, he served as a buy-side trader and dealer at Edmond de Rothschild and as a sales trader at Bastion Capital Group. Earlier in his career, Noireault held positions at Cheuvreux, Citi and Schroders US Securities.

UBS appointed Dumisani Kapanga as director of Americas electronic trading compliance. Kapanga was promoted to the role after serving at UBS in a variety of senior positions over the last five years including as a director of cash equities and listed derivatives compliance, and as director of compliance advisory and operational risk. Earlier in his career, Kapanga held asset servicing roles at Goldman Sachs.

BNP Paribas CIB appointed Daniel Cable as global head of equity derivatives and synthetic prime brokerage trade validation. Cable was promoted to the role after serving at BNP Paribas CIB for nearly three years, most recently as global head of equity derivatives trade validation and as global head of securities lending trade support. Before joining BNP Paribas CIB, Cable served at Deutsche Bank for nearly five years, most recently as vice president, global head of securities lending and FRM. Prior to that, he was vice president of equity derivatives. Elsewhere in his career, Cable held positions at UniCredit and CFI Group.