Last Thursday, September 22, 2016, the body of Ann Korkki, a Senior Administrative Assistant in the Wealth Management division of JPMorgan Chase in Denver, Colorado was found with the body of her sister, Robin Korkki, inside their luxury vacation villa at the Maia Resort on Seychelles, an island in the Indian Ocean off the East African coast. Ann Korkki was 37; her sister Robin was 42.
This latest unusual death of a JPMorgan Chase employee adds to a stunning roster of bizarre deaths since 2014 – a period which has also seen three felony counts leveled against the firm by the U.S. Justice Department and billions of dollars in fines for wide-ranging charges of wrongdoing.
Ann Korkki, like many of the other JPMorgan workers who died under unusual circumstances, was in her 30s. According to her LinkedIn profile, she had worked for JPMorgan Chase since April 2015 and was “responsible for the needs of a team” of nine in the “Asset Management portion of the Private Bank.”
The article lists the unusual deaths and provides additional information.
I guess it isn't strange that after one of the world's biggest banks starts acting like a criminal enterprise that it starts doing retirement like the Mob does.
As the saying goes, "The pay is great but the retirement plan sucks."
Originally Posted by Archilochus
The fox knows many things--the hedgehog one big one.
And I am not a hedgehog......
Jesus said "Blessed are the peacemakers" not "blessed are the conflict avoiders.....
I think it looks very nice. I see what you mean, it's kind of lumpy but that just makes it look Japanese cloth. Which I thought was very creative.
Aww thank you! I just have this other present which is here in the picture, and I wanted the little one to match, I couldn't see any other way to make them match yeah I think I have to relax it's not that bad
Work for a cause not for Applause
Live to express not to Impress