Barclays has endured one of the most turbulent periods in its history after it was fined £290 million by UK and US regulators for manipulating Libor, an interbank lending rate which affects mortgages and loans.
The affair led to the departure of chief executive Bob Diamond, chairman Marcus Agius and chief operating officer Jerry del Missier.
It also triggered a fierce debate in Westminster over banking ethics and has spawned several closely-watched hearings before the Treasury Select Committee.
Since then, Barclays has been caught up in a separate investigation, as it faces a potential £450 million bill for mis-selling complex financial products to unwitting small businesses.
As far as the banking world goes, Antony Jenkins is about as far from being Bob Diamond as it is possible to be.
Barclays has admitted it is being investigated over payments made at the height of the financial crisis to Qatar.