Barclays hires new EMEA chairman
Azar will focus his efforts on strengthening senior client relations and collaborating with the senior management team .
Barclays has announced the promotion of Makram Azar to chairman of banking for the Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) region.
In his expanded role, Azar will focus his efforts on strengthening senior client relations and collaborating with the senior management team in order to implement the strategy of Barclays across the EMEA region.
In order to further enhance the banking platform in the region, Barclays also promoted Sam Dean and Crispin Osborne to be co-heads of banking, investment bank for the EMEA, filling a role that has been vacant for a year after its previous holder Richard Taylor took on global oversight of the business, according to an internal memo issued by the bank and published by Reuters.
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