Barclays has appointed Eugenio Cavenaghi as director for trade and working capital product management, Europe. He joins the group from UniCredit, where he was global head of trade product development and sales facilitation. Prior to this, Cavenaghi held the role of global product manager in the trade and cash division at Deutsche Bank.
Based in Frankfurt, Cavenaghi will be responsible for product management activities across the trade and working capital business and supporting German and international clients with their trade finance needs. He joins Barclays’ Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) trade and working capital leadership team and will report to Baihas Baghdadi, head of trade and working capital for EMEA in the region, and Ray Zabarte, global head of trade and working capital product management.
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