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  • Standard Chartered Appoints Souad Benkredda as Head of Financial Markets, UAE
Standard Chartered Appoints Souad Benkredda as Head of Financial Markets, UAE

15 January 2017, UAE: Standard Chartered has actually appointed Souad Benkredda as Head of Financial Markets, UAE. Souad will report straight to Rahil Taneja, Regional Head, Financial Markets, Africa and Middle East (AME) with a second coverage line right into Mohamed Salama, Global Banking Head, UAE.

Souad will certainly be based in Dubai and will certainly belong to the Bank's AME Financial Markets Management Group in addition to the UAE Nation Management Team. Her consultation is effective right away. Souad joins the Bank from Deutsche Bank where she was Managing Director in the Business Banking and Securities Department in London with obligation for stemming markets deals for big companies in Europe. Souad has actually held various settings both as an item specialist in sales and trading in addition to in client insurance coverage in London, Middle East and North Africa. Before her MENA duty, she was in charge of Obligation Fees Structuring in Europe.

Souad holds a Master in Economic Scientific research from the University of Paris Dauphine IX (" Maitrise en Sciences de Gestion") and a Master in Business Administration (" Diplom Kauffrau") from the University of Frankfurt Main with an expertise in Financial Engineering.

Commenting on Souad's appointment, Rahil Taneja, Regional Head, Financial Markets,. Africa and Middle East (AME) stated: "We are incredibly pleased to have Souad join our. AME Financial Markets monitoring group. Her breadth of experience, experience of the region and depth of client relationships will certainly play an important duty in boosting and supplying the strength of the UAE franchise to our clients and our stakeholders."




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