Another top trader seems to have resigned at Barclays
It seems there's been another big resignation at Barclays. Insiders say that Russell Bowler, a director in financial institutions trading in London, has resigned. It's not entirely clear where he's off to.
Barclays didn't respond to a request to comment on Bowler's whereabouts, but two sources confirmed his exit and he was off the desk when we called. Bowler has been at Barclays since 2007, according to the FCA Register.
Bowler's exit is the second disappearance from Barclays this month. As we were first to report last week, Fabio Madar, head of FX trading and distribution, also chose to leave the bank. Madar's destination is also unknown.
There are suggestions that Bowler will resurface at a rival bank. HSBC has a vacancy following the disappearance of Greg Sadler.
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