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Jessica Fashano: Suicide of a Citigroup Analyst

A 27-year old Citigroup analyst, Jessica Fashano, jumped from the Trump Place Tower to her death. She was a rising star, working as an associate at Citi Global Markets. She didn’t leave a note. The New York Times reported that she was suffering from depression:

Citigroup Inc (NYSE:C)

A resident said she was returning from walking her dog and rode up with Ms. Fashano in the elevator. Dressed for the cold in Ugg boots and a winter jacket, Ms. Fashano asked the woman how to get to the roof — which has views of the Hudson River and New Jersey, where Ms. Fashano grew up. The resident, who declined to be identified, said Ms. Fashano seemed alert and aware.

At 8:13 a.m., the police found her body in an internal courtyard, where she was pronounced dead. The police said they did not suspect foul play.

Why Ms. Fashano chose the Riverside Boulevard building is among the many questions surrounding her death. She left no note, and although the police said she was undergoing treatment for depression, friends and associates said she was always in high spirits.”

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