|Thursday, 22 July 2010 11:40
|Barclaycard appoints General Counsel
Barclaycard has appointed David McCahon to the role of General Counsel.
The role involves overseeing all functions and leadership of Barclaycard’s Legal & Regulatory Compliance team.
He originally joined Barclaycard following the purchase of the Goldfish credit card business in 2008. He replaces Mark Edwards, who was recently appointed to the role of General Counsel in Barclays’ UK Retail Bank division. The move is with immediate effect.
He has previously worked as MD in Morgan Stanley’s Law Division and spent two years in the banking group of the law firm, CMS Cameron McKenna.
He has also worked as a Government lawyer at the Office of Fair Trading and the Home Office, and is a qualified barrister with a law degree from Reading University and a Master of Law degree from Cambridge University.