Barclays announced last week that it has named Eric Felder, Joe McGrath and Richard Taylor to its investment bank, where they will report to Eric Bommensath and Tom King, the co-CEOs of corporate and investment banking.
“Eric, Joe and Richard are recognized leaders with extensive investment banking knowledge,” Bommensath and King said. “Working as a team, we are confident that they have the experience and vision to strengthen further our ability to deliver first-class Investment Banking capabilities and services to our clients worldwide.”
Felder, who joined Barclays as the head of credit trading in 2008, will oversee the investment bank’s global sales and trading businesses, having served previously as the co-head of securities, where he was responsible for Barclays’ global credit, emerging markets and fixed income syndicate businesses.
McGrath and Taylor will oversee the global corporate finance and strategic advisory businesses within Barclays’ investment bank. McGrath previously served as the co-head of the global finance and risk solutions business, while Taylor served as the head of Barclays’ Europe, Middle East and Africa investment banking division.
Barclays said the appointments were made to strengthen the management team and investment bank. The company will present a strategic update next month.