A podcast with Larry Sobin from BNP Paribas- Series 4 of 4
Our recent Enterprise Performance Improvement Briefing, hosted by the Financial Times in New York City, provided us with the opportunity to interview some key delegates on the topic of reducing operational costs and delivering at the right price.
In this podcast, the last of 4 from our FT event, we have for you Larry Sobin, Chief Operating Officer of Corporate Investment Banking in North America for BNP Paribas. Larry explains what matters most with respect to operational efficiency and how to improve service delivery, globally. He also offers his prediction of what IT cost takeout strategy changes we will be seeing over the next two years.
(Financial Times 2008 – Larry Sobin, Chief Operating Officer (COO) for BNP Paribas North America)
Larry is the Chief Operating Officer (COO) for BNP Paribas North American activities, responsible for overseeing the Finance & Tax departments, Information Technology, Capital Markets and Banking Operations, Operational Risk, Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery, Premises and Logistics, and Territory Corporate Governance. Mr. Sobin is also the Chief Operating Officer of BNP Paribas Securities Corp. and, President of BNP Paribas RCC Inc. Prior to the merger of Banque Nationale de Paris and Paribas, he served as the Chief Executive Officer of BNP Capital Markets from 1998 to May 2000.