Another JPMorgan Investment Banker Jumps to His Death

JPM deathThe string of recent banker “suicides” continues as 28 year old former JP Morgan investment banker John Bellando has reportedly jumped from his 6th floor East Side apartment balcony to his death

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From the NY Post:

Bellando, a former investment bank analyst at JPMorgan, is the son of John Bellando, chief operating officer and chief financial officer at Condé Nast. His brother, John, a top chief investment officer with JPMorgan, works on risk exposure valuations.

 

Several John Bellando emails were cited during testimony at the Senate Finance Committee’s inquiry into the bank’s losses during the infamous London Whale trade fiasco.

 

Kenneth Bellando — who grew up in Rockville Center, LI, and was a Georgetown graduate — worked as a summer analyst at JPMorgan while in school. Upon graduation in 2007, he was hired as an investment bank analyst and worked there for one year before moving on, according to his LinkedIn page.

 

The investment banker then went to Paragon Capital Partners, according to his LinkedIn page, until leaving at the end of 2013.

Bellando is the latest in a string of banker suicides in early 2014 (including a nail-gun “suicide”), which Jim Willie warned SD readers is in actuality the targeted killings of bankers preparing to testify to authorities on FOREX fraud, a claim which has been substantiated by a European banking source who states at least 43 bankers are on the knock off list

 

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