On Tuesday, Eddie Reilly, 47, who worked as a trader at Vertical Group in New York City, threw himself off of a platform at the Long Island Rail Road's Syosset station, and was immediately hit by the oncoming commuter train.
He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Very little information about Reilly has been divulged to the public at this time.
His untimely death marks the 11th financial executive to have either committed suicide or to have died under mysterious circumstances since late January...
-Jan 23, William Broeksmit, 58, a former senior manager at Deutsche Bank, was found hanged in his South Kensington home, in central London.
-Jan. 26, Gabriel Magee, a 39-year-old executive at JPMorgan's London office jumped to his death from atop the 33-story Canary Wharf skyscraper. He fell some 500 feet, landing on the roof of the ninth floor.
-Jan. 27, Karl Slym, 51, managing director of India-based Tata Motors, jumped to his death from the window of his room on the 22nd floor of the the Shangri-la Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand.
- Jan. 28, the body of 50-year-old Mike Dueker, chief economist at Russell Investments, was found on the side of the road, near the Tacoma Narrows Bridge in Washington state. He had jumped off of a 50-foot embankment, according to the medical examiner.
Dueker worked as a researcher for the Federal Reserve before coming to Russell.
-Feb. 3, 37-year-old Ryan Henry Crane, an executive at JP Morgan committed suicide at his home in Connecticut
-Feb. 4, the body of Richard Talley, the founder of American Title Services, was found in his Centennial, Colorado home. He reportedly shot himself several times with a nail gun.
-Feb. 19, Li Junjie, 33, jumped to his death from atop JP Morgan's headquarters in Hong Kong.
-Feb. 19, the body of former National Bank of Commerce CEO, James Stuart, was found in Scottsdale, Arizona. His cause of death is yet to be determined.
-Feb. 28, the lifeless body of Autumn Radtke was found outside of her apartment building in Singapore, after she reportedly jumped from the 25th floor. She was the CEO of First Meta, a Bitcoin company.
Additionally, Tim Dickenson, a British-based communications director at Swiss Re AG, died in late January, in what authorities have described as "unexplained circumstances."
What is happening?
Did these people know of an impending collapse in the global banking system?
Unfortunately, we are all likely to find out soon enough...