Barclays chief to head City’s new green body

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By Jasper Cox
14 May 2019

Rhian-Mari Thomas has left her role as global head of green banking at Barclays to become the first chief executive officer of the Green Finance Institute. It is thought two bankers have been lined up to manage the ESG banking and capital markets division at Barclays.

Thomas founded the green banking council at Barclays. It is understood that Susan Barron and May Jaramillo will take up the management of Barclays’ ESG banking and capital markets franchise.

Barron was made head of green and sustainable capital markets in March, a position involving close collaboration with ...

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