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Barclays promotes 56 to MD at i-bank; RBI's Russian unit hires executive

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

* Barclays PLC promoted 56 people across its global corporate and investment bank to managing director, with half of the bank's promoted personnel in 2019 coming from its traditional investment banking unit, Financial News reported Dec. 10.

Of those, 21 promoted employees came from the bank's sales and trading division, while five came from research.

The promoted employees included Sarah Kiveal, head of European government bond trading, and Tanja Gihr, head of financial institutions debt capital markets for Nordic and Netherlands, among other promotions, the report said.

Raiffeisenbank

* Andrey Spivakov was appointed managing director for credit and retail products at Raiffeisen Bank International AG's Russian unit AO Raiffeisenbank, Vedomosti reported. He will be responsible for implementing the bank's retail lending strategy, developing existing and new products, and the technological transformation of the retail business.

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