Ten percent shave on a part of his holdings is not something to drive a man who risked lives and fortunes several times, to suicide.
I don’t think it is a 10% shave anymore after last night’s deal.
Deposits above 100,000 euros in both banks, which are not guaranteed under EU law, will be frozen and used to resolve Laiki’s debts and recapitalize Bank of Cyprus through a deposit/equity conversion.
The raid on uninsured Laiki depositors is expected to raise 4.2 billion euros, Eurogroup chairman Jeroen Dijssebloem said.
I agree with this statement. Men of his type are not sensitive, and are not shrinking violets, who go out at the first knock. Also, he would have had other holdings - unofficial assets - tucked away safely, where no court order could touch them. People of his sort always do.
In the last 24 hours people who knew him have spoken out and say they are sure it was not suicide. The way that the police have blocked off the house, and refuse to give a clear cause of death, is likewise suspicious.