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BarCap’s Data Quality Head Nagle to Join Deutsche Bank Later This Month

Current global head of data quality at Barclays Capital Llew Nagle is soon to depart for data pastures new, when he joins Deutsche Bank later this month in a similar role. Nagle has been with BarCap since 2001 and earlier this year was promoted to the brand new role of head of data quality.

Over the course of the year, Nagle has been heavily involved in the EDM Council’s data quality working group to establish a data quality framework and has been a speaker at events such as FIMA. This is in addition to his day job of global managing reference data change and data quality for the investment bank, alongside his 13 member global team. He has been responsible for creating the mandate, expertise and infrastructure for assessing, attesting and improving reference data quality at Barclays Capital, since his promotion in February.

Prior to this role, Nagle worked as a project manager within the global reference data team and oversaw the efforts to facilitate the Lehman integration, as well as the bank’s cash equity buildout and improvements to the STP account opening process. Prior to this he was European head of client data for BarCap for just over a year and associate director of equity product data for seven and a half years, during which time he managed the bank’s equity static and time series production databases.

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