End of Service Benefits in the Middle East – Deloitte UK and UAE contacts

Chris Bulleyment
+44 (0)20 7007 2610

Chris leads Deloitte’s dedicated international pensions practice in the UK, with over 20 years’ experience across all aspects of global mobility and international pensions advisory. He has worked extensively with Financial Services clients, including investment banks and asset managers.

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Varinder Allen
Associate Director
+44 (0)20 7007 0408

Varinder has over 18 years experience advising clients across a range of industry sectors, including Financial Services, on the design and implementation of employee reward arrangements.

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Arun Kundi
+44 (0)20 3741 2820

As a Consultant in the Reward team, Arun has experience advising a variety of clients across a range of different sectors and geographies, focusing on M&A, Private Market Funds, Share Schemes and UK & International Pension Plans.

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Alex Law
Partner, Dubai
+ 971 (0) 4 506 4700

Alex is the International and M&A Tax Leader for Deloitte Middle East and has been based in the UAE since 2009. He has over 13 years’ experience with Deloitte and previously worked in Deloitte offices in the UK and Central Europe.

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Ali Virani
Director, Dubai
+971 (0) 4 506 4903

Ali has worked in both the United Kingdom and the Middle East and has over eight years’ experience advising organisations globally in relation to the design and structuring of share plans and other forms of employee incentive arrangements.

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Dimitris Dimitriou
Partner, Cyprus
+357 22 360 322

Dimitris has more than 20 years of experience in the insurance and reinsurance industry servicing a diversified panel of insurers, reinsurers and regulators in various jurisdictions.

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Aristos Kyriakides
Director, Cyprus
+357 22 360 342

Aristos has experience in both Pensions and Life Insurance in Europe and Middle East markets, including employees’ benefits’ valuations, development of Life products and Solvency II related projects. He has worked with a number of companies in the Middle East, helping them transition from local standards to an IFRS valuation basis for their Defined Benefit Obligations, in line with IAS19.

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