Barclays Capital has relocated its senior leveraged loan banker in the U.S., Michael Moravec, to London as part of a reshuffle plan, Financial News reports. Moravec will be transferred to the bank’s London office to handle European leveraged finance syndicate, reporting to Mark Bamford, head of global fixed income syndicate.

Most recently, Moravec was a managing director in the loan capital markets group on the high-yield loan side of the business. Tim Broadbent has taken over Barclays Capital’s U.S. leveraged loan syndicate in the U.S., replacing William Hughes, who left for Citigroup earlier this year.

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