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Ex-CEO Of Largest Swiss Insurer Commits Suicide, Three Years After CFO Hanged Himself | Zero Hedge

In the latest tragic news from the world of finance, earlier today Zurich Insurance, the largest Swiss insurer which employs 55,000 people and provides general insurance and life insurance products in more than 170 countries, reported that Martin Senn, the company’s former chief executive officer who stepped down in a December reshuffle, has committed suicide. He was 59.

Source: Ex-CEO Of Largest Swiss Insurer Commits Suicide, Three Years After CFO Hanged Himself | Zero Hedge

 

LessThunk: they probably have many more dead bodies in the cellar;  large (re) insurance companies will have a very tough time in a world of ZIRP.



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