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  2. Barclays Investment Bank - Wikipedia

    Barclays' first investment banking arm was established in 1985 under the name Barclays de Zoete Wedd (BZW) in response to the Big bang in UK financial services. It was formed through the merger of Barclays Merchant Bank with a UK stockbroker de Zoete & Bevan and one of the London jobbing firms Wedd Durlacher.

  3. Barclays Bank Ltd v Quistclose Investments Ltd - Wikipedia

    Facts. Rolls Razor Ltd owed £484,000 to Barclays Bank Ltd.It still needed more money to pay a dividend, which it had declared to its shareholders on 2 July 1964.Quistclose Investments Ltd agreed to a loan of £209,719 8s 6d on the conditions that the dividend would be paid with it and the money would be put in a separate account (also with Barclays Bank).

  4. Challenger bank - Wikipedia

    Challenger banks are small, recently created retail banks that compete directly with the longer-established banks in the UK, sometimes by specialising in areas underserved by the "big four" banks (Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds Banking Group, and NatWest Group).

  5. John McFarlane - Wikipedia

    John McFarlane OBE (born 14 June 1947) is a British businessman. He served as Group Chairman of Barclays from 2015 to 2019.

  6. Marcus Agius - Wikipedia

    During his time at Barclays Agius attended the 2011 meeting of the Bilderberg Group. British Bankers Association (2010 – 2012) From 2010 to 2012 Agius was the chairman of the British Bankers Association (BBA). Libor (formally BBA LIBOR) being calculated and published by Thomson Reuters on behalf of the BBA.

  7. GOV.UK Verify - Wikipedia

    GOV.UK Verify is an identity assurance system developed by the British Government Digital Service (GDS). The system is intended to provide a single trusted login across all British government digital services, verifying the user’s identity in 15 minutes.

  8. Barclay James Harvest - Wikipedia

    The double live album, Barclay James Harvest Live, which followed in late 1974, was the first to chart in the UK, reaching No. 40. Time Honoured Ghosts (1975), which has "Titles", recorded in the US, followed, and this too charted in the UK, reaching No. 32. Octoberon followed in 1976 and reached number 19 in the UK.

  9. Michael Rake - Wikipedia

    Rake was on the board of Barclays from 2008 to December 2015; he was promoted to deputy chairman in 2012, but turned down the offer to become chairman. As of 2013, Rake was a trustee of The Prince of Wales's Charitable Foundation. He was president of the CBI from June 2013 to July 2015.