Death Of Zurich Insurance CEO Senn Raises Derivatives Questions… AgainMark Melin
Zurich Insurance executive Martin Senn is the victim of an apparent suicide, but no note has been found, raising questions.
Perhaps the most significant challenge in determining if a genuine pattern of behavior exists and is driving a trend is determining the validity of correlation consistency. Consider, for instance, the apparent suicide of Senn. Is the event a one-off, or is the death of Senn in some way correlated with that of the suicide of the chief financial officer of the insurance company and other top executives involved in the management of big bank derivatives? Correlation is not causation . . .
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