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Barclays Capital has hired ten managing directors based in New York and London for its prime services business.
The appointments include external hires and internal transfers, and encompass the business's major product lines:
Jack Inglis: head of prime services distribution, Europe, and a member of the prime services executive committee. He was previously chief executive at Ferox Capital Management.
Thomas Chippas: head of quantitative prime brokerage. He was previously at Deutsche Bank where he was head of equities sales, North America for Autobahn, Deutsche Bank's electronic distribution service.
David Gaynes: head of prime services origination sales for multi-strategy hedge funds. He previously spent eight years at Deutsche Bank where he was a managing director in sales and part of the senior management team for that firm's prime services business.
Penry Jackson: head of synthetics product management. He was most recently a managing director in the asset management advisory business at Carne Group in Dubai.
Thomas Spahr: head of equity synthetic and international volatility distribution, Americas. Spahr was at Deutsche Bank for six years, most recently as a managing director in the international equity derivatives business.
Thomas Squeri: head of prime services equity finance, Americas. He spent the past 19 years at Morgan Stanley, where he served as a managing director in their equity finance business.
James Bergin: head of foreign exchange prime services distribution. Most recently he was co-head of foreign exchange distribution in the US at Barclays Capital.
Terrence Burke: will join the firm in November as head of futures distribution, Europe. Burke was previously at Nomura International, where he was global head of futures and options.
John Lovisolo: head of prime services origination sales for credit. Lovisolo joins the firm's prime services business having previously been head of the firm's credit distribution business in the Americas.
Trent Walker: head of prime services risk. Before joining Barclays Capital he was chief technology officer at BlueCrest Capital.
"These senior hires demonstrate our commitment to expand our prime services business and reflect our ability to attract premier industry talent," says Ajay Nagpal, head of prime services. "Our unique business model brings together the firm's financing and clearing businesses across equities, fixed income repo, futures, foreign exchange and OTC derivatives. This model gives us a clear competitive advantage and positions us strongly to meet the complex and rapidly evolving needs of our global client base."
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