Thibaut de Roux was born in 1965 in France and has 25 years of experience working in the management of global Capital Markets. Throughout his career, Thibaut de Roux has established himself as a highly experienced manager, working with large teams to deliver complex products and solutions on a global scale.
Thibaut de Roux was most recently the Head of Global Markets at HSBC Bank plc, a position that he took in 2014. Based in London, de Roux’s role was to design and develop the company’s Global Markets strategy, which included making key decisions about the company’s global business structure, its geographic presence, and its position in the global financial industry. As Global Head of Markets, de Roux not only formed the strategy, but he was responsible for overseeing its correct implementation throughout the company and on a global scale.
De Roux moved on to work for CCF Paris, where he was a trader for French franc swaps (1990-93) before being promoted to Head of Trading for Rates Derivative Products (1993-95) and Head of Fixed Income Trading/Rates Derivative Products (1995-98). In 1998, de Roux took a role as Head of Trading/Fixed Income Sales/Derivative Products with CCF Paris, before joining HSBC after the company acquired CCF Paris in 2001.
After joining HSBC, de Roux held several senior positions with the company, including Deputy Head of Global Markets; Head of Global Market, EMEA; Global Head of Structured Derivatives; Head of Europe HSBC – Rates Derivatives and Structured Products; and Global Head of Structured Rates and Equity.
Outside his professional interests, de Roux is passionate about skiing and climbing in Chamonix, France, where he has been every summer and winter for the past 20 years. De Roux is also a wine enthusiast and is enrolled at the Burgundy University where he studies wine tasting and wine production (viticulture, vinification and maturation). De Roux has a growing personal wine collection of more than 2,000 bottles, with a strong focus on wines from the Burgundy region.