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JPMorgan Employee Falls to His Death in Apparent Suicide

He is the third JPMorgan worker to die this year


JPMorgan Chase JPMOn Tuesday, an employee of JPMorgan Chase (JPM) apparently jumped to his death from the company’s Hong Kong headquarters.

Hong Kong police indicated that the JPMorgan employee — identified only as a 33-year-old resident of the city with the surname of Li — was declared dead at a local hospital. Authorities also indicated that the incident was being investigated as a suicide, possibly resulting from job pressure, CNN notes.

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The death marks the second time this year that a JPMorgan employee has apparently killed himself. In January, 39-year-old Gabriel Magee died after falling from the top of JPMorgan’s 33-story skyscraper in London. Local authorities have described that death as “non-suspicious.”

Earlier this month, another JPMorgan employee at its New York office was discovered deceased in his Connecticut home. The cause of the 37-year-old’s death remains undisclosed.

Last month, Karl Slym, the managing director at India’s Tata Motors (TTM) died after falling from the 22nd floor of a hotel in Thailand where he was staying with his wife. Local authorities described the incident as a potential suicide.

JPMorgan stock fell almost 1% in Wednesday morning trading.

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