Loan market’s Ritchie to retire as Barclays snaps up Macdonald

EuroWeek understands that Tim Ritchie, arguably the most experienced and respected syndicated loans banker in Europe, is set to leave Barclays Capital in September. The UK bank’s head of global loans syndicate will retire, drawing to a close a highly successful 30 year career at the firm.

  • 21 Jul 2010

With Ritchie leaving, Jonathan Macdonald, most recently of UBS, will join Barclays later this month as head of global loan syndicate EMEA and Asia Pacific.

Meanwhile, in the US, Jonathan Burn runs the Americas high grade global loan syndicate business, working with Tim Broadbent, head of US leveraged ...

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