Rob Farmer joined Barclays in 1999, training as an accountant. After qualifying in 2001, Rob moved to Barclays Wealth, undertaking performance and risk analysis, providing input into asset allocation and portfolio construction.
Later in his career, Rob joined Barclays Corporate Development, focusing on mergers and acquisitions (M&A) transactions in the UK. He participated in several deals and origination projects covering asset and sales finance, insurance, retail and commercial banking, private equity funds and private banking. Rob has trained since early 2007, specializing in accounting and financial analysis, company valuation, financial institutions, and modelling.
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