(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
The 6. March 2013, 51 year-old bank manager David Rossi is said to have jumped back out of his office window. With bruises on both arms and a deep cut from a blow weapon in the head, Rossi landed on his back ten feet further down. The surveillance cameras show that Rossi's watch drops from the window after Rossi himself went to the ground, then two colleagues go to Rossi quite quietly and find that he is dead. Rossi's spouse Antonella later claimed that her husband "knew too much". Rossi was the communications manager of the world's oldest bank, Monte dei Paschi di Siena (MDP), which was founded in 1472 and is currently threatened with bankruptcy.
Increasing losses. MDP has survived more than five centuries, but the bank's involvement in a huge derivatives market, where, among other things, DNB has an amount the size of the Petroleum Fund,. . .
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