Sad to report.
His wife found him on the morning of Oct. 20, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday on its website. Gambino, 41, an 11-year veteran of the Frankfurt-based bank, was involved in negotiating legal matters for the company, including a probe into the rigging of the London interbank offered rate and currencies markets, the newspaper said, citing people familiar with his duties.
'Charlie was a beloved and respected colleague who we will miss,' said Renee Calabro, a spokeswoman for Deutsche Bank in New York. 'Our thoughts and sympathy are with his friends and family.'
William ‘Bill’ Broeksmit, 58, a former executive at Deutsche Bank, killed himself in January after leaving several suicide notes for family and friends.
Broeksmit was a renowned risk expert.