Banker ‘Hit Teams’ Take Out Another One!

Saturday, April 5, 2014 18:08

(Before It’s News)

Another dead banker has been found

The former CEO of Dutch Bank ABN Amro was found dead (along with his wife and one daughter), merely two weeks after former JPMorgan banker, Kenneth Bellando, jumped to his death.

As warned EXACTLY 2 months ago by ‘V’ the Guerrilla Economist via Steve Quayle, banker assassination ‘hit teams’ were fully operational and the ‘hit list’ contained 43 additional names.

Were Jan Peter Schmittmann’s wife and daughter just in the wrong place at the wrong time as another ‘hit team’ carried out their latest assassination?


This expands the dismal list of senior financial services executive deaths to 12 in the last few months. The 57-year-old Jan Peter Schmittmann, was reportedly discovered by his other daughter when she arrived home that morning. Police declined to comment on the cirumstances of his (and his wife and daughter’s) death. This is not the first C-level ABN Amro banker to be found dead. In 2009, former CFO Huibert Boumeester was discovered with (assumed self-inflicted) shotgun wounds.


Sadly, given recent trends, the default assumption is that it is suicide until proven otherwise which is just as disturbing from a sociological perspective. (on the bright side, at least as far as we know, we was not involved in HFT) but further to that, this is not the first ABN Amro seniot executve to be found dead.

In 2009, Schmittmann’s former CFO was found dead from shotgun wounds.