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100 names you need to know if you want a job at Barclays, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, or JPMorgan

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If you want a new job in banking, you have a few options – you can apply through recruiters, apply directly, upload your CV to our own CV database, or network like crazy.  If you’re truly persistent and charming, you can even go for a direct approach to the line manager.

Whether you want to try the latter option or not, it will usually help if you know something about the key people in the business you’re applying to.

To this end, we’ve assembled the following list of key names that you might want to know if you’re applying for (predominantly front office) jobs at Barclays, Deutsche, Goldman Sachs or JPMorgan.

The list below isn’t prescriptive. Nor is it exhaustive – there are far more than 25 key decision-makers at each of these banks. We’ve tried to avoid the best known public figures at each bank and to provide you with names that are less publicly available (although some of those below are well known figures). The list errs in favour of equities and M&A. If you have any names to add or corrections to make, please add them to the comments box at the bottom of this page. Let us know if you find this helpful and we will follow with similar lists for other key banks soon.

25 names you need to know at Barclays

1. Joe Corcoran – Global head of equities at Barclays. (NY)

2. Bill White – Head of equities electronic trading at Barclays.  (NY)

3. Jonathan Beebe – Head of equities for Europe at Barclays. (London)

4. Nick Wright – Head of equities for Asia Pac at Barclays. (HK)

5. Richard Cunningham – Global head of equities sales at Barclays. (NY)

6. Corinne Grain – EMEA head of equities sales at Barclays. (London)

7. Ester Li –  Barclays’ head of generalist equities sales at Asia ex-Japan. (HK)

8. Will Tovey – Barclays’ head of European cash equities product sales. (London)

9. Richard Evans – Barclays’ chief operating officer for equities. (London).

10. Adrian McGowan – Barclays’ global head of FX trading. (London)

11, Jim Iorio – Barclays’ global head of FX distribution. (NY)

12. Eric Schartz – Barclays’ head of investment banking front office risk and controls. (London)

13. Mike Bagguley, Barclays’ global head of commodities and FX. (London)

14. Ken Baynes, Barclays’ head of GBP liquidity management (Repo). (London)

15. Robert Bogucki, Barclays’ head of commodities trading for the Americas. (NY)

16. Moyeen Islam – Barclays’ senior European fixed income strategist. (London)

17. Tarun Mathur – Barclays’ head of UK rates distribution. (London)

18. Michael Graf – Barclays’ head of USD rates trading. (NY)

19. Marvin Barth – Barclay’s European head of FX research. (London)

20.  Jose Wynne. – Barclays’ global head of FX research. (NY)

21. Tim Whittaker – Barclays’ European head of equity research. (London)

22. Larry Cantor – Barclays’ global head of research. (NY)

23. Richard Taylor – Barclays’ head of European investment banking. (London)

24. Mark Warham – Barclays’ head of EMEA M&A. (London)

25. Paul Parker – Barclays’ head of global corporate finance and M&A. (NY).

25 names you need to know at Deutsche Bank

26. Andrew Morgan – co-head of EMEA equity trading. (London)

27. Stuart McGuire – head of European cash trading and global programme trading at Deutsche. (London)

28. Garth Ritchie – global head of equities, Deutsche Bank. (NY)

29. Thomas Patrick – head of equities for North America at Deutsche Bank. (NY)

30. Joseph Spinelli – head of North American cash equity trading at Deutsche Bank. (NY)

31. Brad Kurtzman – head of quantitative trading at Deutsche Bank. (NY)

32. Stephane Avis – head of APAC equities flow and exotic derivatives trading at Deutsche Bank. (HK)

33. Andre Crawford-Brunt, global head of equity trading at Deutsche Bank. (NY)

34. Rob Ebert – head of equity sales for APAC at Deutsche Bank. (HK)

35. Neil Hosie – head of Asian equity trading at Deutsche Bank. (HK)

36. David Folkerts-Landau – head of research at Deutsche Bank. (London)

37. Richard Smith – director of EMEA equity research at Deutsche Bank. (London)

38. Kevin Rodgers – global head of FX trading at Deutsche Bank. (London)

39. Thomas Hartnett – head of core rates trading at Deutsche Bank. (New York)

40. Zar Amolia – co-head of fixed income currencies and commodities at Deutsche Bank. (London)

41. Wayne Felson – co-head of fixed income currencies and commodities at Deutsche Bank. (London)

42. Mathew Blackwell – co-head of Asia fixed income currencies and commodities sales at Deutsche Bank. (Singapore)

43. David Beale – co-head of Asia fixed income currencies and commodities sales at Deutsche Bank. (Singapore)

44. John Eydenberg, co-head of US M&A at Deutsche Bank. (New York)

45. Mark Fedorcik, co-head of US M&A at Deutsche Bank. (New York)

46. Paul Stefanick, co-head of global investment banking coverage and advisory at Deutsche Bank. (New York)

46. Henrik Aslaksen, co-head of global investment banking coverage and advisory at Deutsche Bank. (London)

47. Stuart Lewis, head of risk at Deutsche Bank. (London)

48. Andrew Procter, global head of compliance at Deutsche Bank. (London)

49. Daniela Weber-Rey, deputy global head of compliance at Deutsche Bank. (London)

50. Andrew Reid – head of operational risk management at Deutsche Bank. (London)

25 names you need to know at Goldman Sachs 

51. Rob Crane – co-head of electronic trading for Goldman Sachs EMEA. (London)

52. Stuart McGuire – co-head of electronic trading Goldman Sachs EMEA. (London)

53. Brian Levine – co-head of EMEA equities trading at Goldman Sachs. (London)

54. Ian Smith – head of electronic trading for Goldman Sachs in Asia. (Hong Kong)

55. Todd Lopez – co-head of Americas sales for electronic trading at Goldman Sachs. (New York)

56. Richard Tufft – co-head of European equity research at Goldman Sachs. (London)

57. John Sawtell – co-head of European equity research at Goldman Sachs. (London)

58. Arjun Murti – co-head of Americas equity research at Goldman Sachs. (New York)

59. Robert Boroujerdi – co-head of Americas equity research at Goldman Sachs. (New York)

60. Robert Drake-Brockman – co-head of pan-European equity sales at Goldman Sachs. (London)

61. Thomas Stolper – global head of FX strategy at Goldman Sachs. (New York)

62. Guy Saidenberg – global head of FX trading at Goldman Sachs. (London)

63. Simon Morris – head of credit trading for Europe and Asia at Goldman Sachs. (London)

64. Bryan Mix – global head of loan trading at Goldman Sachs. (New York)

65. Jonathan Meltzer – co-head of US credit sales at Goldman Sachs. (New York)

66. John Shaffer – co-head of US credit sales at Goldman Sachs. (New York)

67. Charles Eve – EMEA head of compliance for Goldman Sachs. (London)

68. Gilberto Pozzi, head of EMEA M&A for Goldman Sachs. (London)

69. Michael Carr, head of Americas M&A for Goldman Sachs. (New York)

70. Richard Campbell Breedon, head of M&A for Goldman Sachs Asia ex-Japan. (HK)

71. Charles McGarraugh – global head of metals trading for Goldman Sachs. (NY)

72. Greg Agran – global head of commodities trading for Goldman Sachs. (NY)

73. Colleen Foster – Americas head of commodities sales for Goldman Sachs. (NY)

74. Martin Wiwen-Nilsson – European head of commodities sales for Goldman Sachs. (London)

75. Alasdair Warren – head of the EMEA financial sponsors group for Goldman Sachs. (London)

25 names you need to know at JPMorgan 

76.  Patrick Burrowes – head of cash equities for EMEA at JPMorgan. (London)

77. Simon Taylor – senior equity salesman for EMEA at JPMorgan. (London)

78. Paul Huxford – head of equity research for Europe at JPMorgan. (London)

79. Noelle Grainger – head of Americas equity research at JPMorgan. (NY)

80. Sunil Garg – head of Asia Pac equity research at JPMorgan. (HK)

81. Andrea Casati, co-head of Asia Pac equity distribution at JPMorgan. (HK)

82. Kazuma Naito, co-head of Asia Pac equity distribution at JPMorgan. (HK)

83. Tim Throsby – global head of equities at JPMorgan. (London)

84. Alessandro Barnaba, co-head of EMEA sales and marketing at JPMorgan. (London)

85. Sikander Ilyas, co-head of EMEA sales and marketing at JPMorgan. (London)

86. Marc Badrichani, co-head of Americas sales and marketing at JPMorgan. (NY)

87. Jeff Bosland, co-head of Americas sales and marketing at JPMorgan. (NY)

88. Damien Roche, head of Asia Pac sales and marketing at JPMorgan. (HK)

89. Troy Rohrbaugh, global head of FX & Rates Trading at JPMorgan. (London)

90. Guy America – global head of credit trading and debt syndication at JPMorgan. (London)

91. Alex Keil – head of FX and commodities EMEA at JPMorgan (London)

92. Mitch Rubinstein – co-head of global oil trading at JPMorgan. (Houston)

93. Leander Christofides, Head of European Distressed & Leveraged Loan Trading at JP Morgan, (London)

94. Camillo Greco – European head of M&A advisory team. (London)

95. Ina De, co-head of UK investment banking at JPMorgan. (London)

96. Conor Hillery, co-head of UK investment banking at JPMorgan. (London)

97. Hernan Cristerna, co-head of global M&A at JPMorgan. (London)

98. Chris Ventresca, co-head of global M&A at JPMorgan. (London)

99. Mark Goulden – global head of equities compliance at JPMorgan. (London)

100. Joe Holderness, chief risk officer for Europe at JPMorgan. (London)

 

Comments (3)

Comments
  1. Sorry, but no senior manager is going to respond to a college student.

  2. I’m sure you thought of this. If my name was on this list I would now instruct my assistant to screen my emails and calls more aggressively to deal with the anticipated increase in unsolicited approaches from candidates looking for work but who have been unable to identify me via their own research. The consequence is that these candidates’ initial approach and background is now being assessed by a personal assistant, not me. In practise, for me this will increase the relative value of experienced recruiters compared to my former recruitment options which had included screening a manageable volume of direct enquiries personally. Resourceful and networked candidates will now be forced to deal via recruiters even more. Not sure who pays your bills, but I’m not convinced this is a good service for good candidates seeking to represent themselves direct to potential employers.

  3. Hi Sarah,

    Awesome list. There isn’t enough of this sort of information available, at least not in a collated format. Not only is it helpful to know who these key players are but at little research on them and where they have come from is an eye-opener to the general movements between IBs showing who is on the up and on the down.

    Great job. Looking forwards to seeing more!

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