On March 6, 2013, the 51-year-old bank director David Rossi reportedly having jumped backwards out of the window of his office. With bruises on both arms and a deep cut from an assault weapon in the head, Rossi landed on his back 10 meters down. The surveillance camera shows that Rossi's watch dropped from the window after Rossi himself hit the ground, then that two colleagues calmly walk over to Rossi and find that he is dead.
Rossi was communications manager at the world's oldest bank, Monte dei Paschi di Siena (MDP), founded in 1472. In 2008, the MDP was insolvent and had to be rescued, and "Project Santorini" was conceived. In short, MDP was able to borrow large amounts internally in the banking and finance sector, which were used for risky. . .
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