Barclays has announced that Chris Lucas, its group finance director, and Mark Harding, the group general counsel, are to retire from the business.
The pair will remain in their roles until successors have been found, the bank said in a statement.
Their exits follow a strategic review of the business, the results of which are set to be announced shortly.
Antony Jenkins, group CEO, said: "Barclays is at an inflection point in our journey towards becoming the ‘Go-To' Bank. We will shortly unveil the outcome of our strategic review, to which they have both made a major contribution.
"The execution of our change programme will take place over the next five to 10 years, and both Chris and Mark feel that now is the right time for them, personally and professionally, to pass the baton on in their respective roles to executives who can commit to seeing that programme to completion.
"Chris and Mark have given tremendous service to Barclays."
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