NRI Anjool Malde, Bank stockbroker kills himself
London, July 08, 2009
NRI, Anjool Malde, just ready to celebrate his 25th birthday tomorrow,
jumped to his death from the eighth storey of an upmarket Coq d’Argent
restaurant in London on Sunday.
A police spokesman said that the body had not been formally identified,
but that the death was not being treated as suspicious. After the
investigation, the police found:
- Anjool Malde was known as Jools to friends.
- He was a broker at Deutsche Bank. A spokesman at Deutsche Bank
confirmed that Malde had been asked to leave work at 3pm on Friday
for “an inquiry into an IT matter”. He was "obviously
upset" but would not go into detail about the nature of the
problems he was having with his employer or near to be suspended,
according to his one friend.
- He was also an ardent fan of pop icon Michael Jackson, He had
recently described on the networking site Twitter his grief over
the death of Michael Jackson and said that it had made him cry
for the first time in a decade.
Mr. Malde was an entrepreneur, co-founded the events company AlphaParties
and was due to celebrate his 25th birthday tomorrow at the Amuse
Bouche nightclub in Soho at an event run by AlphaParties, which
organises parties for well-heeled young professionals, students
Malde's father, Bharat Malde is a psychologist and mother, Nina,
a teacher live in Yarm, near Middlesbrough
In 2005, Malde graduated with a degree in geography, finish second
in the UK Graduate of the Year awards. He had worked as a presenter
on BBC Radio Oxford before joining Deutsche Bank.