Barclays Capital has added Noel O’Reilly and Robert Maryott as Directors in Foreign Exchange Sales. Based in New York and reporting to Rose Noritake, Head of US Corporate FX Distribution, they will focus their efforts on broadening the firm’s US Corporate Sales coverage. “Noel and Robert both bring strong relationships and market expertise to the firm that will be a great asset to our service capabilities,” says Eric Price, Managing Director and Head of FX Distribution, Americas. “Their appointments reaffirm our commitment to building our corporate foreign exchange risk advisory team.” Most recently, the firm hired Allyson Kay and Tom Leonard in New York to expand the firm’s institutional client coverage. Maryott joins the firm after nine years with J.P. Morgan Chase where he was most recently a Vice President in FX Sales, responsible for providing strategies to US Multinationals. Maryott received his BA from Dickinson College and an MBA from Cornell University. O’Reilly joins the firm after two years with Ernst & Young, where he led the Financial Services Advisory practices’ Derivatives Valuation Center (DVC), a service established as a point of reference for audit teams with derivative valuation concerns related to client derivative activities. Prior to that, he was a Financial & Commodity Risk Consultant at Arthur Andersen. He also worked at West LB and Natwest as a spot FX Dealer.
Barclays Capital Adds O'Reilly And Marriot To Foreign Exchange Sales Team
Barclays Capital has added Noel O'Reilly and Robert Maryott as Directors in Foreign Exchange Sales. Based in New York and reporting to Rose Noritake, Head of US Corporate FX Distribution, they will focus their efforts on broadening the firm's US
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