A Barclays exec who just made MD is the latest to leave amid a shakeup at the London bank
- Aiden Hallett, a managing partner at Barclays, has departed the firm, Business Insider has learned.
- In December Barclays promoted Hallett to the rank of managing director, along with 84 others.
- The British investment firm has undergone an internal shakeup in recent months, with the departure of its investment-banking head, Tim Throsby, and other executives.
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A New York-based managing director at Barclays has departed the firm, according to a person with knowledge of his departure.
Aiden Hallett, a managing director at Barclays Capital, was recently promoted to that ranking, along with 84 others, Business Insider reported earlier this year.
Hallett joined the firm from Goldman Sachs in October 2010, according to his LinkedIn profile. Prior to that, he worked at the firm Macquarie Group in Sydney, Australia.
It was not immediately clear why Hallett departed. A spokesperson for Barclays declined to comment. An email to Hallett seeking comment bounced back.
Barclays, headquartered in London, has seen an internal shakeup in recent months that's included a string of departures including the head of the investment-banking division, Tim Throsby.
Ravi Singh, a Goldman Sachs alum who had joined the Barclays' Chief Investment Office in New York earlier this year, left the firm in April after less than four months, Business Insider reported.