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Barclays Said to Lose Consumer M&A Bankers to Rothschild

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Barclays Plc lost three senior mergers and acquisitions bankers to Rothschild in recent weeks, according to people with knowledge of the matter, the latest in a series of departures as the U.K. bank reorganizes and faces more stringent compensation rules.

James Ben, Peter “P.J.” Moses and David Baron each left Barclays for Paris-based Rothschild, said the people, who asked not to be named because the departures haven’t been announced. Andrew Taussig, formerly head of retail M&A at London-based Barclays, left in February and later joined Guggenheim Partners LLC, with at least four colleagues following.