CITY MOVES WHO'S SWITCHING JOBS.
BARCLAYS Barclays has appointed Karen Johnson as the national head of retail, wholesale and healthcare for its Corporate Banking business. Karen has more than 25 years banking experience, working with a wide range of businesses from owner-managed through to multinationals. She joined Barclays in 2015 to lead the large corporate team in the north west, managing key clients in the region and with additional responsibility for Retail & Wholesale across the whole of the north of England. Before Barclays, Karen was at RBS where she worked in a variety of senior roles spanning business development, turnaround, portfolio management and real estate. In addition to her Retail, Wholesale and Healthcare responsibilities, Karen is co-chair of Barclays' Corporate Banking Diversity and Inclusion Council.
Barclays also announced the appointment of Fater Belbachir as global head of equities. He will lead the equities business across Cash, Derivatives, Prime and Syndicate. Based in London, he will report to head of markets Stephen Dainton. Fater has close to 20 years of experience in the global equities markets. Prior to Barclays, he spent 12 years at JP Morgan, most recently as global head of volatility trading and structuring, and previously as head of volatility trading and structuring for the Americas. He also held a number of trading roles including in the exotics and hybrids business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
11:FS, the challenger firm defining and building digitally native financial services through technology, product and design expertise, has announced the appointment of Eric Fulwiler as chief marketing officer. Eric, who will report into group chief executive David M. Brear, is a seasoned digital media and marketing strategist with a considerable track record, having opened and scaled digital agency Vaynermedia's Europe headquarters in London to 75 people in three years. At 11:FS he will be responsible for the strategy and execution of the firm's media and marketing services. His appointment marks the next phase of expansion for the 11:FS media and marketing teams as it continues to deliver chart-topping properties, such as the Fintech Insider podcast, with millions of listeners in more than 180 countries.
FXD CAPITAL FXD Capital, the money broker and deposit specialist, has appointed Mike Tindall, the former England, Bath and Gloucester rugby legend. Mike, who was part of the 2003 England World Cup-winning squad, has joined to help grow FXD's cash deposit and money market businesses.
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|Publication:||City AM (London, England)|
|Date:||Jun 5, 2019|
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