Barclays

Barclays /ˈbɑːkliz/ is a British multinational banking and financial services company headquartered in London. It is a universal bank with operations in retail, wholesale and investment banking, as well as wealth management, mortgage lending and credit cards. It has operations in over 50 countries and territories and has around 48 million customers. As of 31 December 2011 Barclays had total assets of US$2.42 trillion, the seventh-largest of any bank worldwide.Barclays is organised within these business clusters: Corporate and Investment Banking, Wealth and Investment Management; and Retail and Business Banking.
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  • India’s biggest bank switches to dot-brand

    …-Chinese bank, uses .bnpparibas for almost everything, particularly in its native France. It has three domains in the Alexa top 100,000 most-visited web sites. Others with dot-brands in use include Barclays and Citi. Tweet Tagged: banks, barclays, dot-brands, new gTLDs, sbi …

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  • Snap Inc. Files for IPO (Report)

    … Did a Snapbot make a surprise appearance at Securities and Exchange Commission headquarters, or did Snapchat parent Snap Inc. file its initial public offering documents via a more traditional courier? Lauren Hirsch, Liana B. Baker and Matthew Toole of Reuters reported that Snap Inc. secretly filed for an IPO at some point before Election Day…

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  • Snap Inc. Names Banks to Lead IPO (Report)

    …, Allen & Co., Barclays and Credit Suisse Group will serve as joint book runners. Snap Inc. can file its IPO documents confidentially with the Securities and Exchange Commission since its annual revenue is less than $1 billion, Frier and Barinka reported, adding that the company had a private market value of $18 billion after its last funding round. Readers: Do you think Snap Inc. should go public? Image courtesy of Shutterstock. …

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  • How a Newsroom Approach Helps Barclays Publish at the Speed of News

    … Eighteen months ago, Barclays UK decided it was time for a change. In the past, the company took an average of six weeks to ideate, produce, and release a piece of content. It was a torturously slow process, especially in a digital arena that values speed. Today, it has cut its creative process down to a mere 72 hours. It was, no pun intended…

    The Content Strategistin How To's- 21 readers -