More NewsBarclays Appoints Chris Harrison as Head of UK MNC Trade Finance Origination

Barclays Appoints Chris Harrison as Head of UK MNC Trade Finance Origination

Barclays Corporate is increasing its support of multinational corporates (MNC) and their subsidiaries with the appointment of Chris Harrison as head of UK MNC trade finance origination. Harrison will be responsible for delivering trade and working capital solutions to the MNC segment, in particular developing cross border parent subsidiary solutions using Barclays’ international capability.

With over 20 years of experience, Harrison joins from Lloyds TSB where he was director of trade finance sales. During his time at Lloyds, Harrison was responsible for supporting the trade requirements of major corporate clients particularly within the natural resources and aerospace and defence sectors.

Harrison will be part of global head of trade and working capital, Kah Chye Tan’s trade team.

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