Barclays demands payment of capital loans from former KWM partners

Bank asks ex-partners to repay loans taken out for capital contributions by end of month

Barclays Barclays has demanded that former King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) partners repay personal loans taken out to pay capital contributions by the end of this month.

The bank initially sent a letter asking former partners to repay their loans in mid-February, a month after the legacy SJ Berwin business went into administration on 17 January.

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