Michael Roy Andrew Bagguley also referred to as Mike Bagguley, exudes an astonishing presence in the financial industry. Mr.Bagguley obtained his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Warwick University. He has also attained many positions with the Barclays PLC Institution. This would include serving as the Managing director and Global Head of U.S. dollar trading, Head of Commodities and strategic positioning, Chief Operating Officer of investments, and Head of interest rates exchange. His career also consists of Interest rate swaps and or exchange for the US Treasury and US dollar.
Constructing his career in accords with financial components, Mike Bagguley was able to serve in leadership roles such as Head of Asian Swap trading, and also Senior Vice President of Hong Kong trading for Sanwa FP Co LLC. These positions would fortify the knowledge and experience of Mike Bagguley’s financial endeavors. According to an article published on, “Crunchbase.com”, by Helen Bartholomew, Barclays decided to supplant Justin Bull for Mike Bagguley, making Bagguley the new chief operating officer for the investment bank. This would give Bagguley the responsibility of expediting the bank’s financial elements while facilitating the outcome to Tom King. While managing the macro products group, Mike Bagguley regulated trading along with the allocation of rates, foreign exchange, commodities, and credit. While presiding over the division Mr.Bagguley has increased the third quarter revenues by 3%. Taking into consideration other financial components, this minor positive would reflect heavily on the bank’s performance, making them one out of two banks with positive FICC revenue.
King elaborated on the 3rd quarter results while glorifying the progress, King believes there is still room for improvement. Rob Bogucki, Nat Tyce, and Kashif Zafar would now be assisting King and Mike Bagguley with the growth of the macro business. By trimming its investments, Barclays is aiming to cut cost while promoting profits. Barclays strategy is to focus on equities and advisory, due to the minor impact that regulation has made on them. In 2001 Bagguley joined the fixed income trading desk of Barclays, based in London. This would add to the senior roles he’s held in New York, Tokyo, and Johannesburg.