Barclays appoints Helena Sans as Head of Manufacturing

By Sophie Chapman
The UK-based bank, Barclays, has appointed its new Head of Manufacturing, Transport, and Logistics (MTL). Helena Sans will replace MikeRigby, who will...

The UK-based bank, Barclays, has appointed its new Head of Manufacturing, Transport, and Logistics (MTL).

Helena Sans will replace Mike Rigby, who will become the new Head of Business Services.

Sans was previously an Industry Director for the Barclays Retail & Wholesale Corporate Banking team.

With this role, Sans was responsible for managing small and medium enterprises (SMEs) as well as larger businesses.

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She has 20-year experience within the company, with roles in debt financing, as well as working for both the Corporate and Investment Bank.

“In a world of fast-paced technological change, it is an exciting time to be working in the UK manufacturing, transport and logistics sectors and supporting our clients in these key industries of the UK economy,” stated Helena Sans.

“I look forward to working with the team as we focus on successfully providing outstanding service to our clients as we work with them to help them achieve their goals.”

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