Norton Rose's global Islamic finance chief Neil Miller is set to leave the firm to take a new role as head of KPMG's global Islamic financial advisory business. Miller will leave the firm as of 2 April to join KPMG in Dubai, with his role as Islamic finance head at Norton Rose subsequently split between three partners. Bahrain partner Mohammed Paracha will head up the practice for the Middle East and Africa, while Farmida Bi will be responsible for the group in London and Europe and Davide Barzilai will look after the practice for the Asia-Pacific region.
Norton Rose's global Islamic finance chief Neil Miller is set to leave the firm to head up KPMG's new global Islamic financial advisory business. Miller will leave the firm as of 2 April to join KPMG...
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