- In March 2013 David Rossi, 51, who worked closely with Deutsche Bank, was found dead in Siena, Italy
- In January 2014 William Broeksmit, 58, from Deutsche Bank, died in London
- In October 2014 Calogero Gambino, 41, another Deutsche Bank employee, died in New York
- Deutsche Bank agreed to pay $2.5billion (£1.76billion) to settle claims against it over the Libor scandal
Three bankers, all with ties to Deutsche Bank, committed suicide within the space of 18 months and there is growing speculation their deaths may have been linked to the Libor scandal.
Last year Deutsche Bank agreed to pay $2.5billion (£1.76billion) to resolve investigations in Britain and the US into the activities of its traders.
Meanwhile in Siena, Italy, authorities exhumed the body of banker David Rossi, 51, and reopened their investigation into his death in March 2013.
Mr Rossi, who worked as a communications director at the Monte dei Paschi di Siena bank, was found dead in an alley beneath his office in the city.