Three down at SG CIB in London

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Société Générale Corporate and Investment Banking (SG CIB) has seen three staff members exit across foreign exchange and rates trading, structuring and sales.

Diana Kiluta Amoa, an emerging markets trader for Africa and the Middle East, has left the bank and is on gardening leave until early October. Based in London, she reported to Philip Hartley, head of interest rate trading for emerging Europe, the Middle East and Africa. She had been with the bank for three years, having joined in 2010

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