Skip to comments.Former Top Dutch Banker Found Dead
Posted on 04/07/2014 6:45:21 PM PDT by mgist
A Dutch former top banker who came under fire for taking a large pay-off after the nationalization of his troubled bank was found dead along with his wife and daughter on Saturday in what police called a family tragedy. Jan Peter Schmittmann, 57, ran the domestic
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Another one bites the dust. Get out of the market now.
Hmmmm...dragged all the way from Deutschland to Fort Marcy Park?
For your list.
Now that’s funny! (not the dead Family)
He should’a just bought a place in the Hamptons.
The police said that Jan Peter Schmittmann, 57, killed his wife Nelly, 57, and his youngest daughter, Babette, 22, and then took his own life. A goodbye letter was found in the home, they said.
The bodies of the family were found Saturday in their villa in the village of Laren, around 20 miles southeast of Amsterdam. The daughter was confirmed to be mentally disabled. The oldest daughter, 25, wasn’t home at the time, the police said.
What does this make it? #15 or #17?
Banker in Lichtenstein was gunned down in the last day or two as well. More than curious.
Oh, just relax...
The Word Bank is NOT that nice and actively working to consolidate its power.
When I worked for IBM’s Global Business Continuity and Resiliency team, I met Jan while in Amsterdam working on another customer. I was introduced by the local IBM team. He did not seem to be the type of person to commit suicide.
But I really didn’t know him and it has been a long time. Just seems a tad odd to me.
Probably because the economy has already crashed, and nobody wants to admit it yet?
The daughter was confirmed to be mentally disabled.
These get counted in numbers greater than 3s, right?
Apparently you misjudged him. I happen to know a lot of people who don’t seem to be the type to commit suicide. I’ll have reconsider the problem.
I agree. A couple of the bankers may have been murdered in a conspiracy but the total numbers of deaths by unrelated suicide would seem to indicate some real stress in the system.
“Something rotten in Denmark!”
In this case, Denmark is the banking system.
Something really odd is going on.
More on the suicide reported days earlier.
Is he dead again? I’m sure I saw that unusual germanic name already, about ten days ago.
Must be something in the banking industry going around, there are a lot of dead bankers around these days.
Just making a Clinton-related joke about the Dad Bankster, not the kid.
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