Barclays names Portney as investment bank CFO

Ex-clearing exec had also been equities CFO in long JP Morgan career

Barclays adds another ex-JP banker to senior team

Barclays has tapped ex-JP Morgan clearing executive Emily Portney to be chief financial officer (CFO) for its corporate and international division, which includes the investment bank. She will report to the bank's group finance director, Tushar Morzaria, who moved from JP Morgan in 2013, and to Joe Gold, deputy chief executive officer of the corporate and international division.

In her new role, Portney will play a key role in the ongoing restructuring of the bank - which has to comply with UK

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