Barclays Corporate has appointed Lisa Le Goater as head of global development organisations, a new specialist coverage team based in London to serve this multinational sector. Le Goater will be responsible for developing a broad-based product proposition to support this new client base and manage these relationships both at the headquarters of these organisations and alongside their operations across emerging markets.
Joining recently from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Le Goater has previously held senior positions at Merrill Lynch, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and Citibank. Over the past several years she has developed strong working relationships serving the development sector including the UN Group, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), foundations, and development finance organisations, and government groups.
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