It’s all change in Barclays’ in-house team, as the company has appointed a new US general counsel after the departure of Carlos Pelayo.
Investment banking advisory service Dominick & Dominick’s general counsel Kevin McKay is taking on the role and starting work next Monday.
But he isn’t the only new face in the bank’s in-house team, after a series of departures have opened up spots for new high-profile hires. Gibson Dunn partner Mark Shelton replaced Judith Shepherd and took on the combined role of global investment bank general counsel and Americas general counsel.
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