Al Hilal Bank's investment chief resigns

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The chief investment officer of Al Hilal Bank has resigned, a bank official confirmed on Thursday, the second senior executive to leave the Abu Dhabi-based Islamic lender this month.

Ricky Hussaini resigned from the bank this week, an Al Hilal spokeswoman said without elaborating. It was not immediately clear why Hussaini had left or where he would go.

Earlier this month Mohammed Zaqout, executive vice president of personal banking, resigned to join Ajman Bank as its chief executive.

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