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Report: Barclays names global head of debt capital markets

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Report: Barclays names global head of debt capital markets

Barclays PLC appointed Travis Barnes as sole head of global debt capital markets and Pete Mason as head of DCM for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Thomson Reuters' IFR reported Jan. 10.

Barnes has been co-leading the group's DCM and risk solutions group with Mark Lewellen, who was put at risk in late 2018, the newswire noted.

Mason, previously head of financial institutions group DCM for EMEA, will be replaced by Mark Geller. Juan Flames will continue as head of the EMEA RSG business, IFR added.

The British lender also named Charlotte Weir head of corporate DCM for EMEA. She previously led corporate DCM for the U.K. and Northern Europe. The bank's U.K. corporate DCM will now be led by Matt Thomas.

In addition, Rainer Wagner will expand his role as head of DCM and RSG for Germany, Austria and Switzerland, while Abdes Alaoui will have added responsibilities to become head of DCM for central and eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Barclays also appointed Tarun Sakhrani head of EMEA private capital markets, and will work closely with the bank's global private capital markets team headed by Angus Whelchel, IFR added.

François Villemain will take on an expanded role to become head of DCM for France, Belgium, Luxembourg, while Asmaa Boutachali will lead Barclays' RSG business in the region. Additionally, Emmanuelle Ortiz will take on a senior banking coverage role for the region, and will be based in Paris, the report noted.