Barclays to create 2,500 jobs at new Glasgow campus

Barclays plans to create up to 2,500 jobs in Glasgow after committing to new offices in the city on the banks of the river Clyde.
The FTSE 100 bank said the move would double its workforce in Scotland, creating a mixture of technology and operations jobs in a boost to the country’s financial services industry.
Barclays is acquiring the campus from Drum Property Group and the project will form part of the developer’s wider Buchanan Wharf scheme.
Barclays staff are expected to start transferring from 2021. The bank said the new roles would be created over time and no relocations were being announced other than from older sites in Glasgow.
Barclays to create 2,500 jobs at new Glasgow campus

Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Paul Compton, chief operating officer at Barclays 
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