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Seegers quits in Barclays’ shake-up

Barclays retail and commercial banking head Frits Seegers has quit after control of his commercial lending unit was handed to group president Bob Diamond in a surprise restructure. Barclaycard chief executive Antony Jenkins will take over retail banking in the UK, Europe and emerging markets while Diamond will lead commercial banking and keep control of investment banking and wealth management.

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  1. Have worked for Barclays for 32 years…Goodnight Frits and let Barclays not employ such absolute Wankers in the future!

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