Deutsche loses five from shariah subsidiary

The DI group work alongside Deutsche’s Middle East and North Africa (Mena) team, which is run by head of Mena structuring Geert Bossuyt and manufactures the bulk of the bank’s product for the region. Deutsche is currently hiring replacements for the five that have left, says a spokesperson for the bank.

Deutsche has a majority shareholding in DI. Its Mena team under Bossuyt includes five bankers dedicated to creating Middle East and Islamic products, with that number to double in the next 12

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