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Barclays is a financial services group, with a significant international presence in Europe, the USA, Africa and Asia. It engages primarily in banking, investment banking, and investment management. It has been involved in banking for over 300 years; operates in more than 60 countries; and employs more than 110,000 permanent colleagues (including 32,500 at Absa).Please Login (add)
British bank Barclays has warned nearly 300 staff they could face redundancy or relocation from its Millshaw Court call centre in Leeds, northern England, following unspecified "changes to its business". January 24, 2019 3:25 AM
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We might not be celebrating Pride together this summer in the same way, but at Barclays we will always proudly celebrate the diversity of the LGBTQ+ community, and create an inclusive work environment where colleagues feel confident bringing their whole selves to work.
Uma Ratnam Krishnan, Co-CEO of our Global Service Centre in Chennai, India, shares insights from a career spanning government, technology and financial services and why she thinks connecting and communicating with your team is more important now than ever. May 28, 2020 9:52 AM
COVID-19 BUSINESS SUPPORT UPDATE: So far, across four government-backed schemes, we have facilitated £15.7 billion in funding to small, medium and large businesses across the UK. @hmtreasury@bankofengland