Osborne follows Dean out of Barclays

By Owen Sanderson
08 Jun 2017

A second senior member of Barclays' European investment banking operations has decided to retire from the firm, with Crispin Osborne following Sam Dean, who announced his retirement last month.

Osborne has been in investment banking for 27 years, the last seven of those at Barclays, where he was a major part of the bank’s post-crisis push into M&A and equity capital markets. He was chairman of Barclays' Europe and Middle East corporate finance business, but ...

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