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Throsby shakes up Barclays CIB

Takes control of markets unit; builds global structure for banking.


Tim Throsby, who joined Barclays to run its corporate and investment bank at the start of the year, has pressed the button on his first big management changes in the division, creating a new global structure for banking and paving the way for new management of the markets unit.

Tim Throsby

The reshuffle comes as a maelstrom continues to swirl around Barclays CEO Jes Staley – the latest embarrassment being media reports of an email conversation between him and an unknown correspondent who was purporting to be the bank’s chairman, John McFarlane. 

Staley has already had to weather storms including a whistleblowing scandal that resulted in him being censured by the bank’s board and an annual general meeting this week in which some 16% of shareholder capital did not approve his reappointment.

However, insiders told Euromoney that the latest emails had not been raised as a topic at a town hall meeting held in New York on Thursday night.

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