The ever growing list 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. This smells really fishy, when you think about it the only time you get bankers committing suicides is either after an economic crash or prior to one, perhaps we’re heading into one and that the powers at work are bumping off anybody that knows a little to much? So if you have any thoughts on this topic please post your comments below.
Bellando, 28, worked at Levy Capital Partners and was previously an investment bank analyst at JP Morgan and Paragon Capital Partners.His father John Bellando is chief operating officer and chief financial officer at Conde Nast- and is listed just below famed editor Anna Wintour on the magazine company’s executive team bio page.
The New York Post reports that Kenneth’s brother John worked at JPMorgan as the bank’s chief information officer.