After five banker deaths in January, a sixth: J.P. Morgan exec jumps in Hong Kong
By John Byrne
Wednesday, February 19, 2014 10:09 EST
Across the world, bankers are plummeting to their deaths.
In the latest of a series of fatal falls, a 33-year-old J.P. Morgan employee leapt from the roof of J.P. Morgan’s Hong Kong headquarters on Tuesday, above, plunging thirty stories to his death.
The employee’s role at the bank was unknown. Witnesses say police tried to stop the man from jumping to no avail. The employee’s death is just the latest in a string of seeming suicides that have wreaked havoc in the moneyed class over the past months.