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.
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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