Barclays lures Kalra back from Goldman, names senior credit team

Barclays has announced several senior appointments in its credit trading business, including the rehire of Shrut Kalra from Goldman Sachs to co-head European high grade on the derivatives side.

  • By Owen Sanderson
  • 09 Feb 2017

Barclays announced several senior appointments in credit trading in an internal memo seen by GlobalCapital, as well as flagging up some of the priorities for the division.

The firm intends to build out its illiquid credit trading operation, and says that the CLO franchise is a "key priority".

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