Mike Bagguley is a highly respected investment banker who has recently been promoted to the position of Chief Operating Officer for world-famous investment bank Barclays Plc. The move has been made immediately effective and Mike Bagguley will directly report his activities to Chief Executive Tom King. This critical move of putting Mike Bagguley into this COO role comes at a time when Barclays is cutting down in regard to its investment bank. Mike is seen as the perfect candidate to tackle this transition and he will work closely with Tom King in doing so.
Mike Bagguley will be looking to make major moves in infrastructure realignment as part of his new role. He is also charged with coordinating key projects as a part of his move to the Barclays’ executive team. Mike was previously head of the Barclays’ macro markets department and during his time serving in that position, he was instrumental in helping to reduce as well as reshape this area of the bank’s business structure. This is a primary reason that he was targeted to take on the COO role with the firm.
Mike Bagguley has been with Barclays since 2001. When he first joined the firm he worked in the trading area of fixed income. This was in the London offices but since then he has held important positions with the bank in New York, Johannesburg and Tokyo as well. With Mike Bagguley taking on the COO role with Barclays, Nat Tyce and Rob Bugucki will now take over his previous position in a collaborative effort.
Before his long and highly regarded career in the world of investment banking, Mike Bagguley studied at the University of Warwick. In 1998, he graduated from the prestigious institution with his Bachelor’s Degree in the subject of Mathematics. He now looks forward to moving into the next phase of his professional career. Always one to relish a new challenge, Mike Bagguley is ready to get going on these major moves that Barclays is intent on instituting. Based on his extensive experience with the firm, it is clear that Barclays couldn’t have picked a better man for the job than Mike Bagguley.