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Barclays head of UK wealth management departs

Barclays head of UK wealth management departs

Henry Fischel-Bock, Barclay's head of UK and European wealth management, is to leave the bank.

Fischel-Bock is understood to have lined up another role. His career in wealth management spans over 30 years, having joined Barclays in 2010 from Miami-based International Planning Group. 

A spokeswoman at Barclays Wealth & Investment Management (W&I), confirmed the departure and wished him well for the future. She said the bank is searching for a sucessor.

'We are actively recruiting for a successor to Henry and have appointed an experienced management team to lead the business in the interim.'

His departure follows Barclays W&I's chief Peter Horrell's decision to step down from the business at the end of the year. 

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