Saturday, June 6, 2020

Barclays expands its North Nottingham corporate banking team

Barclays has expanded its corporate banking team in North Nottingham with the appointments of Ashley Hallam and Gurinder Mandir.

Hallam has been appointed as relationship director and will be responsible for a portfolio of mid-corporate clients, across a variety of sectors including manufacturing, retail & wholesale and transport & logistics. He began his career at Barclays in 2004 and has undertaken a number of roles prior to his latest appointment in the corporate banking division.

He said: “I am excited about the prospect of working with our corporate clients focussing predominantly in the North Nottingham area. My remit is to serve my clients, add value to their business and grow our client base”.

Mandir has been appointed as business manager looking after the North Nottingham and South Lincolnshire area. He joined Barclays’ degree programme in 2012 as a cashier after leaving sixth form. He has since progressed through the ranks, undertaking a number of roles in the retail and business bank.

He said: “It has always been my long term goal to work in the business bank supporting our business clients. I pride myself on building strong working relationships and gaining a real understanding of my client’s businesses”.

Karen Rutter, area corporate director at Barclays, said: “I am really pleased to have been able to appoint both Ashley and Gurinder into their new roles. These appointments demonstrate the opportunities for career progression within Barclays and they will be a valuable addition to the team. The North Nottingham market is vibrant and both Ashley and Gurinder will work hard to support their clients and their aspirations for their business”.

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