BNP Paribas
Martin Egan has been appointed to the newly created role of UK head of fixed income at BNP Paribas Corporate & Investment Banking, based in London. Egan will continue his current responsibilities as global head of primary markets and origination, reporting to Ludovic de Montille, chairman of BNP Paribas Group in the UK and Frédéric Janbon, global head of fixed income. Egan joined BNP Paribas in 2001 as global head of debt syndicate, rising to global head of primary markets and securitisation.

Numis Corporation
BP’s former chief executive Tony Hayward has joined the board of Numis as the first member of the investment bank and stockbroking firm’s new advisory board. Hayward is also a non-executive director at TNK-BP, a senior independent director at Glencore, and a co-founder of oil and gas investment vehicle Vallares with Nat Rothschild.

Investec Capital Markets has appointed Nigel Robinson to its Project and Infrastructure Finance team. Robinson joins from ING London’s Utilities team.

London & Capital
The specialist insurance wealth manager has appointed Jose Seijido as executive director and Jonathan Matthews as institutional client services manager. Matthews has been promoted internally from the role of portfolio manager and Seijido joins from the Swiss Life Group, where he was director for the Americas in the Global Clients & Emerging Markets Division.

GHC Capital Markets
The investment management specialist has appointed Mike Lees as south west relationship manager. Lees’ prior experience includes roles at Verbatim Asset Management and Sinfonia Asset Management, where he was responsible for business development with IFAs.

Maxwell James, who joined the property developer at the start of May, has been appointed to the board of the company as an executive director. James takes responsibility for the firm’s Wembley City regeneration project and for securing third-party investment and finance for the company’s urban regeneration activities.

Billington Holdings
Peter Hart, group finance director, has resigned as a director of the construction safety firm, effective from 1 December 2011. It is currently proposed that he will be succeeded by Trevor Taylor, who joined Billington as financial controller in August 2008.