King ascends to IB throne at new-look Barclays

Tom King, soon to be Barclays head of investment banking, is the big winner in the latest reshuffle at a firm that is experiencing unfamiliar turbulence, writes David Rothnie.

  • 12 Oct 2012
For an organisation that used to pride itself on its lack of internal politics, Barclays now has it in spades. The Libor scandal that claimed the scalps of CEO Bob Diamond and COO Jerry del Missier has put the heat on the bank’s new management team, now led ...

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