London-based investment bank, Barclays Capital, has hired Kevin Gribben as a director in its illiquid credit trading division.Gribben, who will be based in London, will report to Ross Taylor, head of illiquid credit trading at the bank.
Prior to joining Barclays, Gribben was a vice-president of structured credit trading at Deutsche Bank.
“Illiquid credit trading is an important product area for our clients that allows us to expand the range and complexity of the credit products we offer”, said Taylor.
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