Matt Tuck will return to Barclays Corporate as managing director, head of financial institutions (FI).

In the role which he starts in January, Tuck will be responsible for implementing the next phase of growth for the bank’s FI business.

Tuck began his career at Barclays, and has worked at a number of international banks in senior positions.

Most recently, he was at Deutsche Bank where he spent eight years in a series of management positions around the world, including as region head, Northern Europe, cash management FI and global co-head, cash management sales, non-bank FIs.

Before working at Deutsche, he served in senior sales and operations positions at US banks Citi and JP Morgan.

“I look forward to returning to the organisation where my career began in order to build on the successes achieved by the Barclays Corporate FI team in recent years, extending the international reach of our business while retaining a focus on the markets that have generated our success to date, particularly in the UK,” Tuck notes.

Kevin Wall, head of client coverage at the bank, adds: “This appointment strengthens our financial services sector proposition significantly. FI is a key priority for Barclays Corporate going forward, with a particular focus on utilising the bank’s global capabilities to attract new business.”

Tuck will succeed Colin Nutt, who has been promoted to vice-chairman of Barclays Corporate.