Wayne Chrebet

Wayne Chrebet is an Assistant Vice President in the Wealth and Investment Management division of Barclays.

Wayne leverages the resources and intellectual capital of Barclays to help meet the specific investment and advanced planning goals of his clients with a focus on the sports and entertainment industry. His clients are generally individuals who have a similar competitiveness and drive. These individuals are typically highly successful, ultra-driven, business owners. They exhibit the same traits that made Wayne successful in the NFL, loyalty and the desire to compete at the highest level.

Wayne joined Barclays in 2012 from Morgan Stanley Smith Barney where he worked with Ed Moldaver since 2008. Previously, he played for the National Football League’s (NFL) New York Jets for 11 seasons. During his tenure with the Jets, he set the NFL record for the most receptions by a wide receiver in his first two seasons. In 2000, Sports Illustrated dubbed Mr. Chrebet’s career history as “one of the greatest rags to riches stories in the history of professional sports.”

Wayne received numerous awards including New York Newsday’s “Jet of the Year,” the Dennis Byrd Award for “Most Inspirational Player,” the New York Jets “Unsung Hero” Award, the Thurman Munson Award for outstanding efforts on and off the field and in serving the community and the Ed Block Courage Award. He has been involved with the Colleen Giblin Foundation, the United Way, the Boomer Esiason Foundation, the Starlight Foundation and the Make-A-Wish Foundation.