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    2. Barclays Buyback on the Ropes After Trading Blunder

      Barclays Buyback on the Ropes After Trading Blunder
      LONDON (Reuters) -Barclays has put its $1.25 billion share buyback plan on hold until talks with U.S. regulators over a major trading blunder have been resolved, piling early pressure on the British bank's new Chief Executive C.S. Venkatakrishnan. Barclays disclosed on March 28 that it had exceeded a U.S. limit on sales of structured products, triggering a loss and a potential restatement of its 2021 ...
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    3. Barclays CEO Staley Resigns After Epstein Probe

      Barclays CEO Staley Resigns After Epstein Probe
      (Reuters) - Barclays chief executive Jes Staley is to step down following a probe by British regulators into his ties with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, ending a controversial six year reign at the lender marked by his successful backing of its investment bank against an activist investor. Staley will be replaced as CEO by the bank's head of global markets C.S...
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    4. Barclays Boss Staley Emerges Victorious After Activist Investor Battle

      Barclays Boss Staley Emerges Victorious After Activist Investor Battle
      Jes Staley, the chief executive of Barclays, could be forgiven if tonight he reaches for a more expensive wine than usual for a Friday evening. A major thorn in his - and the bank's - side has just been removed. Edward Bramson, the British-born but US-based activist investor, today called time on his three-year campaign to get Barclays to shrink its corporate and investment banking business and reinvest the capital saved ...
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    5. While Shareholders Own a Company, it's the Executive Team and Board Who Hold the Power: But if You Want To Cut Fat Cat Pay or Make Firms Go Greener - Vote

      While Shareholders Own a Company, it's the Executive Team and Board Who Hold the Power: But if You Want To Cut Fat Cat Pay or Make Firms Go Greener - Vote
      While shareholders own a company, it's the executive team and board who hold the day-to-day power. They decide what dividends to pay, what strategy to follow and how to shape the company's ethos. But for a brief window every year, shareholders are given the tools to gain control. Over the next few weeks, most UK-listed companies will be holding their annual general meetings and an annual vote...
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