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Group Functions

Group functions

Group Functions colleagues keep our business competitive by providing first-class support - from risk management and financial control to IT expertise and human resources

A role in group functions means using and developing outstanding technical skills. Our teams manage people, financial resources or systems, using the latest thinking to make us more efficient and innovative.

Colleagues who work in disciplines such as risk and finance provide the information and advice that underpins major business decisions. Departments such as corporate relations and treasury work with external stakeholders to keep them informed about Barclays’ news.

Supporting colleagues and working with external stakeholders

Group Functions locations

Explore Barclays structure

Barclays UK

Join our personal and business banking franchise, built around our customers’ and clients’ needs, with innovation at its core. It comprises our UK retail banking operations, mortgages, UK consumer credit cards business, our UK-based Wealth offering and Business Banking for smaller businesses.

Barclays International

Join our innovative businesses in delivering market leading consultation and services to our clients and stakeholders within Barclays International (BI). BI is comprised of our Corporate and Investment Bank, Barclaycard International, which includes our Payments and Merchant Acquiring services, as well as the Wealth business inclusive of our Private Bank and Overseas Services.

Barclaycard

Serving 30 million customers across seven markets with a range of products that have been breaking the mould since 1966.

Africa

Work with the innovative products and services we're developing to support growth in this exciting market.

Operations and Technology

Collaborate internally and externally to design and implement solutions that meet the needs of our customers, clients and colleagues.

Group Functions

Create the technology, control and structure that make us a market leader with a role in technology, organisational governance or enabling functions. 

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