JPMorgan's Paris-Based Head Of European Cash Equity Sales Has Died



Thomas Candillier, JPMorgan’s head of European cash equity sales based in Paris, has died, Bloomberg News’ Ambereen Choudhury reports citing a bank spokesperson. He was 37. Candillier passed away on January 14.

The cause of the young sales trader’s death is unclear at this time. He had a wife a kids, the report said. 

He began working at JPMorgan in 2001.  In 2005, he was promoted to executive director before becoming a managing director at the firm.

Candillier graduated with his Master in Taxation and Business Law, Master of Finance from ESSEC.  He began his Wall Street career at Goldman Sachs.

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