Barclays has hired a senior dealmaker from JPMorgan to leads its real estate investment banking unit in Europe.
The UK lender has named Bronson Albery as head of real estate investment banking for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, according to a statement from the bank.
He is set to join in August and will report to Rick Landgarten, global head of healthcare and real estate banking, and Reid Marsh, head of banking for Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific.
Albery is a 22-year veteran of JPMorgan, joining as an associate in its M&A division. He has led its UK real estate investment banking unit since 2016.
Barclays’ real estate investment banking team has been led by Will Thompson for the past 18 months. He will now focus on leading its healthcare advisory unit. Peter Struempel will relocate from London to Frankfurt to lead its German real estate franchise.
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Barclays has been adding to its roster of senior dealmakers in recent weeks. On 24 June, it named former Morgan Stanley banker, Tobias Åkermark, as head of Nordic banking and chief executive for its Swedish operations.
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