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Barclays Q3 2022 Results

Barclays has announced its Q3 2022 Results.  

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Financial performance highlights

Group Income
Corporate and Investment Bank income
Consumer Cards and Payments income
Barclays UK income

*Excludes impact of the Over-Issuance of Securities

Group Chief Executive Officer’s review

We delivered another quarter of strong returns, and achieved income growth in each of our three businesses, with a 17% increase in Group income.

C.S. Venkatakrishnan

Group CEO

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Annual Report 2021

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Our 2022 Annual General Meeting

The Barclays PLC 2022 AGM was held on Wednesday 4 May 2022 at 11:00 am (UK time) at Manchester Central Convention Complex, Petersfield, Manchester, M2 3GX and electronically on an online platform as described in the Notice of Meeting available here (PDF 3.9MB).

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C.S. Venkatakrishnan - Group Chief Executive Officer Review

We delivered another quarter of strong returns, and achieved income growth in each of our three businesses1, with a 17% increase in Group income to £6.4bn1. Our performance in FICC was particularly strong and we continued to build momentum in our consumer businesses in the UK and US.

We are ready to provide support for customers and clients facing an uncertain economic environment and higher cost pressures. Whether helping retail customers to manage their finances or corporate clients navigate markets volatility, we will continue to be focused on meeting their needs.


1  Excluding the Q322 income reduction of £0.5bn from hedging arrangements related to the Over-issuance of Securities, CIB income was up 5% to £3.3bn and Group income was up 17% to £6.4bn in Q322.