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Barclays Canada Loses More Senior Bankers And Analysts To Jefferies

The list of senior bankers and analysts leaving Barclays PLC's Canadian capital markets arm is growing, with at least six more people leaving in the past few weeks, as reported by Tom Kiladze and Andrew Willis for The Globe and Mail.


Barclays had already lost three top bankers, including country head Bruce Rothney, to investment bank Jefferies Financial Group at the end of August, and the exodus of talent has continued. I Photo: GroupEditor Wikimedia Commons



Barclays had already lost three top bankers, including country head Bruce Rothney, to investment bank Jefferies Financial Group at the end of August, and the exodus of talent has continued.



Since these initial departures, Jefferies has also brought on investment bankers Erik Charbonneau, who worked in equity capital markets, and Jacquelyn Titus, who led Barclays' Canadian financial institutions group and previously worked at Goldman Sachs.


Jefferies is also hiring three analysts from Barclays, including John Aiken, who led the Canadian research team and is a long-time financial services analyst.


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Analysts Anthony Linton and Matt Murphy, who cover energy and metals, respectively, are also joining. Tim Kitchen, a long-time investment banker in Calgary and the head of Barclays' Canadian investment banking team, is also leaving the British-based bank, but unlike his former colleagues, he is not joining Jefferies; instead, he is retiring.




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