Barclays "has two business Clusters: Global Retail Banking and Corporate & Investment Banking and Wealth Management - both comprising world-class businesses and brands.
"There are two other major areas of the business: Group Centre and Absa. Group Centre is our head office and support functions operation. The Absa Group is one of South Africa's largest financial services businesses. " 
Accessed July 2010: 
- Marcus Agius - Chairman
- John Varley
- Robert E. Diamond, Jr.
- Chris Lucas
- David Booth
- Sir Richard Broadbent
- Richard Leigh Clifford
- Fulvio Conti
- Sir Andrew Likierman
- Sir Michael Rake
- Sir John Sunderland
- Simon Fraser
- Reuben Jeffery III
- Dambisa Moyo
- CARRICK MOLLENKAMP, "Probe Circles Globe to Find Dirty Money," Wall Street Journal, 2009.
In November 2011, Barclays was listed as the number 5 top global financier of coal-fired power plants in a report complied by various environmental groups entitled, Bankrolling Climate Change: A Look into the Portfolios of the World's Largest Banks. The report noted that Barclays spent $10,272 million euros on coal plants around the world since 2005.
Resources and articles
- Sandra Dawson
- Sir Martin Jacomb - former deputy chair
- Chris Grigg
- Lord Wright of Richmond - former board member
- Howell James - Corporate Affairs Director
- David P. Allvey
- John Martin Taylor - former CEO
- Roger Davis - former CEO
- John Stewart (Australia) - former deputy CEO
- Richard Meddings
- Tony Prestedge
- Baroness Wheatcroft
- Christopher Smallwood - advisor
- Jerry del Missier is former COO of Barclays Bank Plc and former Co-Chief Executive of Corporate and Investment Banking
- Sir David Walker - chair
- About, Barclays, accessed July 18, 2010.
- Barclays, Antony Jenkins, accessed February 19, 2014.
- Directors, Barclays, accessed July 18, 2010.
- Bankrolling Climate Change: A Look into the Portfolios of the World’s Largest Banks Earthlife Africa Johannesburg and BankTrack, 2011.