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We serve more than 50,000 clients – including some of the world’s largest businesses – through our dedicated relationship teams, industry specialists and product experts. Barclays provides international private banking, wealth planning, trust and fiduciary services, investment management, brokerage services and research to clients across the world. We also provide international banking, investment solutions and international trading, in multiple currencies, offered in well-regulated and secure locations. Investment Banking provides comprehensive financial advisory, capital raising, financing and risk management services to corporations, governments and financial institutions worldwide.
We take an integrated approach to client coverage, providing you with access to bankers who have industry and geography specific expertise across all investment banking products. Spaces for Sports Citizenship Citizenship at Barclays
Barclays has a clear sense of its business purpose – to help individuals, communities, businesses and economies progress and grow Barclays is involved in citizenship activities around the world:
Zimbabwe Barclays History
2012 Barclaycard PayTag is launched in the UK. Around a third of the size of a credit card, Barclaycard PayTag is a sticker that can be attached to the back of a mobile phone, allowing customers to make contactless payments.
Barclays launches Pingit – a free mobile phone app allowing users in the UK to send and receive money via their handset, without the need to share bank details.
2010 Barclays launches two innovative cycling schemes in London: Barclays Cycle Hire and Barclays Cycle Superhighways, the first initiatives of their kind in the capital.
2009 Barclays is the first bank in the UK to make free security software available to all its Online Banking customers for use on their mobile phones.
2006 In an industry first, Barclaycard launches OnePulse, a credit and cashless payment card which incorporates cashless Oyster card technology, used on London’s public transport system.
A benchmark year in which 50 per cent of Barclays profits are made outside the UK
2005 Barclays acquires a majority stake in Absa, one of South Africa’s leading financial services organisations.
2000 Barclays acquires Woolwich, a leading mortgage bank and former building society.
1995 Barclays is the first financial institution to open a website on the internet – Barclaycard Netlink.
1987 Barclays Connect is launched, the UK’s first debit card.
1977 Barclays is the first UK bank to introduce Personal Bankers to some of its branches under a pilot scheme. The following year the programme is extended nationwide.
1972 Barclaycard is the first UK credit card to use TV advertising.
1971 Barclayloan is launched, allowing Barclays to compete in the consumer instalment credit market
1967 Barclays unveils the world’s first ATM, offering ‘Barclaycash’ from its branch in Enfield, London.
1966 Barclaycard, the UK’s first credit card, is launched.
1961 Barclays opens the UK’s first computer centre for banking, in London. In the same year Barclays introduced automated branch book-keeping at its branch in Cavendish Square, London.
1958 Barclays appoints the UK’s first female branch manager, Miss H M Harding, at its Hanover Street branch in London.
1918 The business amalgamates with the London Provincial and South Western Bank to become one of the UK’s ‘big five’ banks.
1917 Barclay & Company Limited becomes Barclays Bank Limited.
1896 The company joins 19 other private banking businesses to form Barclay & Company Limited, with 182 branches and deposits of £26m.
1736 James Barclay, John Freame’s son-in-law, becomes a partner in the business.
1728 Freame and Gould move to premises bearing the sign of the Black Spread Eagle at Lombard Street, London. At the time, signs were commonly used to mark buildings instead of numbers, as most people were unable to read.
1690 John Freame and Thomas Gould start trading as goldsmith bankers in Lombard Street, in the City of London. Sponsorship Company Structure Lynne Atkin
HR Director Ashok Vaswani
CEO UK RBB Mari Williams
Customer Adviser Reena Jakhu
Personal Banker Chris Wade
Mortgage Adviser James Milne
Barclays Business Manager Working at Barclays Colin Pickard
Telephony Anna Collins
Telephony Abdul Ozud
Customer Service Adviser
Retail Operations Lee Walker
Collections, mortgage Services
Retail Operations The Prince's Countryside Fund is a unique group of brands and businesses brought together by The Prince of Wales. Barclays is one of 20 supporting companies who are working together to secure a sustainable future for British agriculture and the wider rural economy Barclays in the UK Barclays around the world