Barclays appoints John Chang as Korea country head

The current head of equities for Korea takes up the additional role of country manager as his predecessor retires from the bank.
John Chang, Barclays
John Chang, Barclays

Barclays has appointed John Chang as its country manager in Korea. He replaces Joe Shin, who has decided to retire from the bank after leading its franchise in the country for the past six years, according to a press release yesterday.

Chang, who joined Barclays in 2011 as head of equities for Korea, will continue to hold that role, reporting to Nick Wright, who was recently appointed as head of equities for Asia Pacific, and will now also report to Robert Morrice, chairman and chief executive of Barclays in Asia Pacific. Chang has already started his new role, according to a spokesperson.

Before Barclays, Chang worked...

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