This excerpt taken from the BCS 6-K filed Oct 30, 2009.
As announced in the
Barclays PLC and Barclays Bank PLC
confirm that Stephen Russell, non-executive Director
will retire from the Boards of Barclays with effect from 31 October 2009
, having served for nine years
Marcus Agius, Barclays Chairman, said today, "
n extremely valuable
in his role
as Chairman of the Board Audit Committee for six years to March 2009
We will miss him greatly and wish him well for the future.
This excerpt taken from the BCS 6-K filed Jan 13, 2009.
13 January 2009
Barclays PLC and Barclays Bank PLC announce that Sir Nigel Rudd, Deputy Chairman of Barclays, has advised that he does not intend to seek re-election to the Barclays Boards at the 2009 Annual General Meeting. Sir Nigel will therefore leave the Boards of Barclays at the conclusion of the AGM in April 2009. Sir Nigel has recently been appointed Deputy Chairman of Invensys, the global technology group and will become Chairman in July 2009.
Marcus Agius, Barclays Chairman, said today, "Sir Nigel has made a huge contribution to Barclays which has benefited from his enormous experience and wise counsel over the nearly 13 years he has served as a Director. He will be greatly missed."
This excerpt taken from the BCS 6-K filed Jul 25, 2008.
Barclays PLC and Barclays Bank PLC ("Barclays")
announce the following change
Gary Hoffman, Vice Chairman, Barclays has been appointed
Chief Executive Officer
by the Board of Northern Rock plc.
He will commence his new role on 1 October 2008 and will leave the Barclays
has been with Barclays
and has held a
number of senior
roles during this time including
Chief Executive, Barclaycard
Chairman of UK Banking and Chairman of Barclaycard.
He has been a member of
for the last
John Varley, Group Chief Executive, Barclays
This is a unique opportunity for
to lead a household name in financial services at a difficult time in its history. I congratulate him and know that his experience will bring much to the deserving customers and employees of Northern Rock.
He will serve them
to do a job
that is important to the
we release him reluctantly.
has been with Barclays
has contributed much
during this time
. I have
enjoyed working with him over these years and will miss him both professionally and personally."
Gary Hoffman says, "This was a very tough decision for me. My affection for Barclays is deep and built over many years. Yet the opportunity to help lead Northern Rock back to strength is both compelling and exciting. I will be sad to leave Barclays but look forward very much to joining Northern Rock in October."