About Barclays Bank

Barclays plc
Type Public Limited Company
Traded as LSE: BARC
NYSE: BCS
FTSE 100 Component
Industry Banking
Financial Services
Founded 17 November 1690; 326 years ago in the City of London, Kingdom of England
Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Key people John McFarlane
Chairman
Jes Staley
(Group Chief Executive)
Products Retail banking
Commercial banking
Investment banking
Wealth Management
Revenue £21.076 billion (2017)
Operating income £3.541 billion (2017)
Profit £(0.894) billion (2017)
Total assets £1.133 trillion (2017)
Total equity £66.016 billion (2017)
Number of employees 79,900 (2018)
Divisions Barclaycard
Barclays Investment Bank
Barclays Wealth
Website www.home.barclays

Barclays PLC is a British multinational bank and financial services Provider Company headquartered in London, United Kingdom which serves 48 million people worldwide. The company operates through two divisions: Barclays UK and Barclays International. Financial solutions & banking services provided by the Barclays cater to individuals, the small and medium businesses, and corporate & institutions.

It is a universal bank with global reach, offering comprehensive range of financial solutions across personal, corporate and investment banking, credit cards and wealth management. The bank is running its operations in more than 50 countries and employs around 120,000 people. Barclays primarily deals into areas of personal and corporate banking, financial investment and wealth management, Africa retail and business banking and Barclaycard (credit card and loan provision).

Barclays Bank Branches and ATMs:

Operating as a bank holding company, Barclays has over 4,750 branches in about 50+ countries. In UK itself Barclays has around 1,600 branches. Most Barclays bank branches also have 24/7 ATMs which can be used by Barclays customers as well as the customers of various other banks. Besides, Barclays is also a member of the Global ATM Alliance, an alliance of global banks which enables the customers of each bank in the alliance to use their cards at other banks which are member of Global ATM Alliance without paying any extra charges or access fees while travelling internationally.

How to find the address, the opening hours and phone number of Barclays branch?

To find the information about the timing, address or phone number of a specific Barclays branch, you can use Barclays online branch locator tool.

Steps To Find Information About Barclays Bank Branch:

  1. Visit https://www.barclays.co.uk/branch-finder/
  2. Enter a street name, town or post code in the search box and the addresses of the closest Barclays branches will be shown beneath it.
  3. Select the branch for which you need more information such as address, opening times, etc.
  4. On the left of the page, you can locate the information related Barclays bank branch and facilities available

Keep in mind that banks are closed on bank holidays Opening hours may also be subject to last-minute changes, especially around holiday periods. To check opening hours during holiday periods, you should make a call at 0345 734 5345* and follow the voice prompts:

  • Enter your debit card number or membership number, or press the star button
  • Then enter your sort code, or press the star button
  • You’ll be put through to an adviser

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