And Now Enjoy This Clip Of A Deutsche Bank Executive Covering Rihanna's "Diamonds"

Ladies and gentlement, put your hands together for Jim Reid, on piano and vocals.
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The fellow above is Jim Reid, full-time head of global fundamental credit strategy at Deutsche Bank, part-time musician who apparently covers pop stars' hits from the comfort of his living room. While the entire performance is more than a little impressive, it's the final moments of the ditty that he really brings on home, and for which he should be given whatever Grammy-esque award the music industry gives out for this sort of thing.

Respected Wall Street mind Jim Reid plays piano and sings his heart out with this memorable cover of Rihanna [BI]

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