Barclays has announced three new senior hires to its sustainable and impact investment banking team.
Arnoud Boksteijn will join in August as Managing Director in SIB to cover food and agricultural technology as well as clients in the broader agriculture sector. Previously, he was Managing Director and Head of Global Agriculture and the Agriculture Technology franchise within the Industrials Group at Credit Suisse.
Cindy Quan will join in September as a Director and Head of Americas ESG Advisory within SIB. She previously worked at Goldman Sachs where she was Global Head of ESG for Goldman Corporate and Workplace Solutions.
Bogdan Oprea joined Barclays earlier this year as a Director within SIB, based in London, focusing on battery technology, solar equipment, recycling, and agricultural technology solutions. Prior to joining Barclays, Bogdan spent more than 20 years at Citigroup mainly in London, most recently in the Industrials investment banking team.
The Sustainable and Impact Investment Banking (SIB) team focuses on advising and raising capital for companies whose businesses are solving environmental and social issues.
Brian Reilly, Global Co-Head of Sustainable and Impact Banking says, “These senior hires reflect our commitment to expanding our world-class team who are focused on delivering expertise to clients as they look to develop new climate tech solutions, as well as supporting corporations as they navigate the transition towards a low-carbon economy.”