BMO replaces retiring capital markets chief Dan Barclay

Alan Tannenbaum appointed

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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BMO Financial Group has appointed Alan Tannenbaum to the role of CEO and group head of capital markets at the firm, due to the retirement of current head Dan Barclay.

Barclay, who is set to retire after a 32-year long investment banking career, will remain at the firm in the role of senior adviser to the CEO. Both changes will be effective from 1 November. Tannenbaum, who will also join the bank's executive committee, lead BMO Capital Markets and provide strategic direction on global markets and investment and corporate banking customer segments. He will report to CEO Darryl White. BMO appeals $834.2m charge following loss of Ponzi scheme lawsuit in the US "Alan's appointment represents a strong handoff of a high-performing and high-potentia...

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