Barclays Corporate has appointed Colin Nutt as a vice chairman, with responsibility for the corporate bank’s financial institutions (FI) business. Nutt will be responsible for continuing to build the growing FI business within Barclays Corporate, including exploring new opportunities for Barclays Corporate among the Barclays Capital client base, as part of the closer working relationship between the corporate and investment banks.
In addition to this senior relationship role with FI clients, Nutt will further his involvement at key industry events and through industry body representation. Previously he was head of FI for Barclays Corporate.
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