Top firm equities head said involved in fatal car crash


Sad to report.

Rob Ebert, Deutsche Bank’s head of equities for Asia, Japan and Australia, was allegedly the driver of a car involved in a collision that unfortunately killed a man in Hong Kong on Tuesday, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Bloomberg News reports that two calls to Ebert’s mobile phone weren’t answered, while Candice Sun, a Deutsche Bank spokeswoman, declined to comment.

Police are investigating an incident in Yau Ma Tei district on Tuesday morning that resulted in the death of a 53-year-old man, according to a statement on the police force’s website. A car driven by a 48-year-old 'foreign man' collided with another car as it was entering a car park, before hitting barriers and the victim, according to the statement.

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