An RBS Banker Is Missing After His Private Plane Crashed In The Sea

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A Royal Bank of Scotland banker has gone missing after his private plane crashed in the sea last week, Josh Pettitt from the London Evening Standard reports. 

From the LES: 

Sascha Schornstein, 36, from Knightsbridge, has not been seen since his single-engine aircraft came down off the coast of Kent a week ago.

Investigators pulled a small amount of wreckage from the sea but have found no trace of the financier’s body, parachute or flight data.

According to the report, this is being treated as a missing persons investigation.

Schornstein works in Structured Trade and Commodity Finance at RBS.  He previously worked in CEEMEA Debt Origination. 

He graduated from the London School of Economics. 

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