Barclays Investment Bank appoints Manuel Esteve as Head Of Equity Capital Markets

Maria Nikolova

Manuel Esteve will be based in London and report to Tom Johnson, Head Of Equity Capital Markets EMEA.


Barclays Investment Bank today announces the appointment of Manuel Esteve as Head Of Equity Capital Markets, Continental Europe. Mr Esteve will be based in London and report to Tom Johnson, Head Of Equity Capital Markets EMEA.

Manuel Esteve

Manuel Esteve has spent the last 18 years at JP Morgan where he held a number of Equity Capital Market (ECM) leadership roles in both origination and syndicate. He has extensive deal experience across multiple jurisdictions in EMEA, having led transactions for clients such as Nexi, Cellnex, Amadeus and Wizz Air. He also led JP Morgan’s ECM team that worked on Barclays Africa sell-down in 2016⁄17.

Tom Johnson, Barclays Head of Equity Capital Markets EMEA commented: “Our European ECM franchise continues to grow strongly and Manuel’s experience and impressive track record will help accelerate this growth, with a focus on clients in Continental Europe.”

Manuel Esteve will assume the role at Barclays on September 1, 2020.

Last week, Barclays announced the appointment of Philipp Gillmann as a Managing Director and Head of Logistics Banking EMEA. Mr Gillmann, who will be based in Frankfurt, is set to join Barclays on September 1, 2020.

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