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London Bankers Commiting Suicide and Other Strange Deaths And Injuries

Location: The body of William ‘Bill’ Broeksmit, 58, was found at his home in South Kensington, central London

Former top executive at Deutsche Bank found hanged at his Kensington / By Mark Duell / PUBLISHED: 07:07 EST, 28 January 2014
A former Deutsche Bank executive has been found dead at a house in London, it emerged today.
The body of William ‘Bill’ Broeksmit, 58, was discovered at his home in South Kensington on Sunday shortly after midday by police, who had been called to reports of a man found hanging at a house.
Mr Broeksmit – who retired last February – was a former senior manager with close ties to co-chief executive Anshu Jain. Metropolitan Police officers said his death was declared as non-suspicious.
JP Morgan name man who plunged to his death from Canary Wharf headquarters is technology chief Gabriel Magee

Roof death: Workers at Canary Wharf said hundreds were looking at the man’s body from their windows / By Martin Robinson / PUBLISHED: 04:59 EST, 28 January 2014
A bank executive who died after jumping 500ft from the top of JP Morgan’s European headquarters in London this morning has been named as Gabriel Magee.
The senior manager, who is believed to be 39, fell from the 33 floor skyscraper and was found on the ninth floor roof of the Canary Wharf building.
He was a vice president in the corporate and investment bank technology department having joined from IT giant Intel in 2004.
Scotland Yard said they were called to 25 Bank Street at 8.02am and detectives are not treating the death as suspicious.
‘No arrests have been made and the incident is being treated as non-suspicious at this early stage’, a Met spokesman said.
Cressida’s stepfather’s ‘suicide’: Financier known for his lavish parties was ‘huge influence’ in Harry’s girlfriend’s life

Tragic: Christopher Shaw (right, here with 10-year-old Cressida and ex-wife Lady Mary Gaye Curzon) has been found dead at his home in Salisbury / By Richard Kay / PUBLISHED: 20:03 EST, 20 January 2014
The stepfather of Prince Harry’s girlfriend Cressida Bonas has died suddenly in what friends say was a suspected suicide.
Christopher Shaw, the one-time merchant banker, who wed Cressida’s mother, Lady Mary Gaye Curzon, during the Nineties at a time when he was one of London’s most lavish and generous party-throwers, is believed to have killed himself.
Shaw, 76, was suffering from ill-health and was said by friends to have been plagued by money worries.
Shaw was found dead by his housekeeper, Nicky, at his rented home in The Close by Salisbury Cathedral — virtually next door to Sir Edward Heath’s former home.
He is believed to have committed suicide by taking an overdose,friends said today.
Despite his financial problems Christopher, who celebrated his 76th birthday on New Year’s Day, had been in good spirits having just returned from a holiday in Cuba with the latest woman in his life.
He was on medication for chronic kidney disease and friends say he had been told two years ago he might have only 18 months to live.
Police were called to the house on Friday. A post mortem is to be carried out, but last night Wiltshire police said there were no suspicious circumstances.
Armed officers guard ‘Wolf of Shenfield’ banker from his hospital bed… as police prepare to quiz him after he was shot in the leg following financial / By Hugo Gye and John Stevens / PUBLISHED: 06:52 EST, 27 January 2014

  • Robin Clark, 44, shot in the thigh at Shenfield station, Essex, on Friday
  • Mystery attacker wearing a black mask sped off in a vehicle
  • Victim treated for leg injury but not well enough to speak to police yet
  • Armed officers are guarding him amid fears he was deliberately targeted
  • Mr Clark sent tweet reading: ‘At what point on a first date do you mention you are emotionally unstable and in financial ruin?’
  • Car dealer says he tried to sell Range Rover for a quarter of its value

Police are keen to interview a city trader dubbed the ‘Wolf of Shenfield’ as soon as he recovers after being shot in the leg while on his way to work, officers said today.
Robin Clark, who is believed to have been suffering from money problems before he was targeted by an unknown gunman last week, is currently under armed guard in hospital as he is treated for a serious leg injury.
The 44-year-old was shot by a man in a balaclava as he got out of his car at Shenfield railway station in Essex at around 5.45am on Friday.
Police have still made no arrests in the case four days later, and have been unable to talk to Mr Clark about the incident due to his serious injuries.
Mr Clark posted a number of Twitter messages referencing his problems during the past year, including: ‘Thinking about what might have been is just time wasted. Get up move on and be excellent, learn from mistakes don’t wallow in regret.’
In another he wrote: ‘Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we’re here we should dance!’ He also tweeted: ‘Lots of people drink Champagne bought on credit … Bad business short term and dangerous.’
Mr Clark works as a euro derivatives trader at RP Martin, a brokerage firm in the City of London.
He is reportedly known as the Wolf of Shenfield – after the recent Leonardo DiCaprio film The Wolf of Wall Street – because of his playboy lifestyle.
British boss of Indian car giant Tata jumped to his death from 22nd floor of Bangkok hotel after a blazing five-hour row with his wife

Mr Slym’s body was discovered by staff on a ledge on the fourth floor of the riverside Shangri-La hotel

The British boss of Indian car giant Tata Motors jumped to his death from a Bangkok hotel room following a blazing row with his wife, it emerged yesterday.
A talented engineer, Mr Slym was head-hunted by Tata in October 2012 in the hope of turning around the firm’s ailing fortunes. He had previously worked for General Motors and Toyota UK.
He was due to be interviewed as part of a corporate fraud investigation into General Motors India that led to the recall of over 100,000 cars. Last night General Motors said the company had nothing to hide.

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