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Barclays' corporate broking head departs; Deutsche names regulatory affairs head

S&P Global Market Intelligence presents a daily roundup of management and board changes at financial institutions in Europe. This feature excludes C-level leadership changes and previously reported stories.


Barclays PLC's head of corporate broking, Kunal Gandhi, has left the U.K. lender, Reuters reported, citing sources with direct knowledge of the matter.

Gandhi was appointed to the role in January 2018.

Deutsche Bank

* Deutsche Bank AG said its chief of government and regulatory affairs, Karin Dohm, will step down from the position at year-end, Handelsblatt reported.

From Jan. 1, 2020, Dohm will be succeeded by Christian Berendes, currently chief of staff at the German lender. Dohm will remain as an adviser to the bank until mid-2020, according to the report.

GAM Holding

* Christopher Jarman, head of fixed income and forex trading at GAM Holding AG, is leaving the Swiss asset manager, Financial News reported, citing people familiar with the matter.

It is not clear yet when Jarman will leave, the publication said.

His exit will follow Matthew Beesley's departure as GAM's group head of investments amid the company's reported plans to cut hundreds of jobs.

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