BarCap Adds Equity Salesman

Barclays Capital has hired Javier Martin, equity derivative flow salesman at SG Corporate & Investment Banking in Madrid, in a similar role.

  • 22 Jul 2005
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Barclays Capital has hired Javier Martin, equity derivative flow salesman at SG Corporate & Investment Banking in Madrid, in a similar role. Martin will report to Andrew Stonely, responsible for equity derivative flow sales in London, who declined comment on the hire. Martin has not yet started at Barclays and could not be reached. It could not be determined whether he fills a new slot or is a replacement.

Martin spent only a few months at the French firm, after joining from Citigroup at the start of the year (DW, 1/14). Marta Molina, spokeswoman for SG CIB in Madrid, did not respond to messages.

  • 22 Jul 2005

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