Planning your second career
Having spent the bulk of my first career as an in-house lawyer (investment banking and wealth management), in 2006 I moved to a front office management role within the same bank that I had worked in for some seven years. In 2009, I moved to Barclays Wealth to head up the private bank's proposition for UK resident non-domiciled clients (RND), which includes responsibility for a team of private bankers and the objective of enhancing our banking and investment offering for RND clients. Four years on, and given all that has happened in the markets and financial services industry, it's perhaps time to reflect on the decision to leave law and share some thoughts that may inform, encourage or even deter someone thinking about doing something similar...
After leaving law for a management role at a bank, John Saunders offers some tips to anyone considering a change in career
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