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January 13, 2010updated 12 Apr 2017 4:28pm

Keith Sangwin leaves Barclays Asset & Sales Finance (Free)

Keith Sangwin has left Barclays Asset & Sales Finance (BA&SF), after thirty years with the business. A well known and respected sales leader, Sangwin oversaw BA&SFs sales operation until early 2008, when he was put in charge of developing the lessors medium sized commercial business.

By Fred Crawley

Keith Sangwin has left Barclays Asset & Sales Finance (BA&SF), after thirty years with the business.

A well known and respected sales leader, Sangwin oversaw BA&SF’s sales operation until early 2008, when he was put in charge of developing the lessor’s medium sized commercial business.

In this role, he managed a team of 80, targeting businesses turning over between £1 million and £25 million per year.

Sangwin said that his original aim was to double the division’s income.

According to Barclays, however, 2008 saw sales divisions take on a renewed risk management focus, creating ‘new needs’ for Sangwin’s team.

BA&SF made Sangwin’s role redundant at the start of 2009, after which he was seconded to the lessor’s risk function for a year.

Now he has moved on, with the intention of taking up a business development or sales leadership role elsewhere.

Fred Crawley

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