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Barclays W&I Portfolio Manager Resigns

Josh O'Neill Reporter 14 November 2016

Barclays W&I Portfolio Manager Resigns

The Barclays divison has lost a member of its investment management team.

Neil Anderson, a portfolio manager at Barclays Wealth and Investment, has left the business, WealthBriefing can confirm.

Anderson joined the bank in 2015 from Brewin Dolphin, where he held the role of investment manager for more than four years, according to his LinkedIn profile. Prior to that, he spent three years at WH Ireland as a contracts manager.

During his time at Barclays, he managed more than 400 clients on a discretionary basis and was involved with investment processes and maintaining various investment models, his LinkedIn page states.

Last month, the bank reported a strong third-quarter performance.

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