An Enron Curse? British Banker Found Dead

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If you have ever been called to testify about Enron, you might want to check your life insurance policy is up to date. News is breaking that a fifty-three year old British banker who was questioned by U.S. authorities in connection the Enron case was found dead in an east London park yesterday. Neil Coulbeck is said not to have been directly involved with the Enron transactions for which the U.S. is seeking the extradition of three other Brit bankers, David Bermingham, Gary Mulgrew and Giles Darby. No word yet on cause of death.
Coulbeck worked in the US for the Royal Bank of Scotland, which acquired NatWest, as the head of financial markets for North America. He left in 2001, the same year Enron imploded.

Enron witness found dead in park
[BBC]

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