Barclays Wealth and Investment Management has appointed Kris Moors and Zena Whiteley to senior roles within the Jersey business.
Mrs. Whiteley has taken up the post of premier relationship manager with a focus on local clients. She has worked for Barclays for 28 years in retail banking in Oxford and since her move to Jersey in 2000 she has worked with international premier clients, intermediaries and institutional clients.
With a comprehensive knowledge of banking, bespoke products and services Mrs.Whiteley is well placed to offer clients advice and guidance on their banking needs. She also holds the Investment Management Certificate qualification and is education officer for the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment (CISI) Jersey branch.
In her new role, she will be responsible for the pro-active management of a portfolio of local Jersey clients.
Moors has been appointed to the Offshore Corporate team. He began his banking career taking part in a graduate scheme, where he undertook a number of retail and corporate roles around Birmingham and Coventry before joining Barclays corporate team for the Wolverhampton and Black Country area.
In his new role, as part of the Offshore Corporate team in Jersey, Mr. Moors will be serving existing clients and acquiring new corporate clients who require banking and asset management services. He will have a special focus on emerging markets including the Middle East and India.
Neil McCluskey, Head of Offshore and Local Markets at Barclays in Jersey, said: “These appointments will really strengthen the team. Zena has a wealth of knowledge which will be put to good use in the role of local premier relationship manager. Kris is also a great asset to the business, with plenty of relevant experience to add to the Offshore Corporate team.
“Relationship managers are really important to the way banks do business. Our clients and customers need expert advice and exceptional service and we are really happy to be strengthening our team in this respect both for international businesses and local clients.”