Barclays has appointed Mark Stuckey to lead the mid-corporate market for the South of the UK.
Mark will be responsible for the continued growth for Barclays mid-corporate, managing and driving forward the mid-corporate business proposition across the Thames Valley, Oxfordshire, South West, South Wales, South Coast, Surrey and Sussex area. The role will see Mark work to deepen existing and new client relationships, operating between £6.5 million and £50m turnover and being responsible for managing a team of more than 80 colleagues including four heads of region and 40 relationship directors across the South.
Andrea Delay and Paul Kempster, National Co-Heads of Barclays Mid-Corporate UK, have welcomed the new appointment. Andrea added: “I am thrilled to see Mark being promoted within the mid-corporate leadership team. Mark’s appointment demonstrates the importance Barclays places on the mid-corporate market for the UK, and his notable industry knowledge and experience will prove invaluable, as we continue to strengthen our mid-corporate teams and industry specialists, to support clients in these challenging times while looking to meet their business ambitions now and in the future.”
Mark has over 25 years’ experience within Barclays, with the past four years as Head of Mid-Corporate for the South Coast Surrey and Sussex Mid Corporate team.
Mark added: “In the current difficult economic climate we’re operating in, I’m pleased to be working in the mid-corporate team and supporting our clients across the region. I look forward to working with my colleagues as we focus on successfully providing an outstanding service to our clients and helping them reach their business goals, particularly as lockdown eases, and in doing so support the local and UK economy.”
Mark has worked in banking since 1988 and is ACIB qualified. Over the last 10 years, Mark has also led various different business areas and regions within Barclays, including the Real Estate industry team focused on smaller property businesses through to Large Corporates.