New Islamic head at Deutsche

The bank wouldn't comment as to why Bossuyt had left, but said that Honegger was going to retire to Japan with his family.

Deutsche Bank's head of Islamic structuring, Hussein Hassan, will now take up the positions of head of Islamic finance and head of structuring, MENA. Salman Al-Khalifa has been named head of global markets, MENA. He was previously head of global markets sales for MENA at the bank. These appointments are both effective immediately.

Hassan will report regionally to Al-Khalifa and also to Daniel Morley, head of emerging markets structuring in London. Meanwhile, Al-Khalifa reports to Yassine Bouhara, global head of structuring and head of global markets for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

See also: Islamic Derivatives House of the Year - Deutsche Bank
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