Deutsche's head of global FX reportedly going on leave

Ahmet Arinc reported to be on leave, 14 months into holding top job in FX at German giant

A disappointing bonus season is thought to be behind the recent spate of departures at top banks

Ahmet Arinc, head of global FX at Deutsche Bank, is set to go on leave from his role, even though he is still employed at the bank, according to a report by Bloomberg.

The register of individuals authorised by the UK's Financial Conduct Authority shows Arinc's status as inactive, and gives March 6, 2016 as the end date of his registered activities at Deutsche Bank.

Arinc is the third senior employee Deutsche Bank has lost in recent months – his period of inactivity will follow the departure of

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