Leaving Barclays In The Past, Sir David Walker Joins Winton CapitalMark Melin
Former Barclays executive David Walker brought in to clean up the bank leaves and joins the rather clean track record of Winton Capital
After a stint at Barclays bank where he undertook a the rather daunting task of ridding the firm of its trouble making operations, Sir David Walker, the dignified 75-year-old former chairman of Morgan Stanley International and one-time Bank of England official, might have made a decision to end his career in a fashion befitting a major world economic player.
In announcing that . . .
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