Death-plunge mystery of City's whizkid - Bush's UK dummy?
To his friends and family he was already a spectacular success - apparently heading for the summit in the bruising world of finance.
Oxford graduate Anjool Malde was about to celebrate his 25th birthday and was building a reputation not just as a stockbroker but also as an events organiser.
On Sunday at noon - in his favourite Hugo Boss suit - he paid in cash for a glass of champagne at the eighth-floor Coq d'Argent restaurant near the Bank of England.
I think there is more behind this than just the threat of losing his job, it could be insider trading or something much worse. I am sure this story will be followed up by some scandal that involves many others. In fact I think there may be a connection to an older story that connects the Deutsche Bank to a White House laundering scandal.
On 29th October 2008, President George Bush was advised that the former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, had turned Queen's evidence against White House financial corruption, divulging everything to the international investigating authorities. Covert US money-laundering accounts at Deutsche Bank and the Vatican Bank were cited.
Now that would make more sense to this guy committing suicide if he was in fact involved in the laundering of culvert funds.
Anjool Malde's profile at bigsight.org shows him as a wiz kid
24 year old stockbroker at Deutsche Bank (Global Markets, Associate), City of London since 2005, and co-founder of events management company AlphaParties Ltd. Cover FTSE & European small & mid cap equities at Deutsche Bank for asset management and hedge fund clients across UK, Europe & USA; ranked 7th out of 239 salespeople in Thomson Extel 2009.
Previously a BBC radio presenter & journalist, and founded several online businesses. Amateur musician (keyboard, guitar, drums & vocals), video producer and photographer; co-editor of Racing Towards Excellence (ISBN 978-0-9562566-0-7). Graduated at age 20 from Oxford University, #2 in UK Graduate of the Year 2005 awards. Based in Central London, UK & Marbella, Spain.
As a journalist for the BBC he interviewed...
Anjool Malde meets the most successful British female recording artist of all time at The Oxford Union.
Anjool Malde caught up with Pharrell Williams at the Oxford Union.
He wrote one of the best obituaries for Micheal Jackson have ever read
Although I'm fortunate enough to have never lost anyone that close to me, I've always reacted to the passing away of people I've known with relative aloofness and lack of emotion. It may thus be treated with bemusement that I spent 24 hours perpetually teary-eyed upon hearing about the death of someone I'd never even met - straight after teasing my evening's date for weeping in uneventful film scenes. Only that morning I'd thought about how forward I was looking to seeing him live at the O2, and days before I'd recorded a cover of You Are Not Alone I deemed too mediocre to put online.
He also was the founder of alphaparties, this guy love to organize party venues, this logically shows the guy had a lust for life, partying and living life to the full. It leads me to believe there is something more sinister behind this suicide.
He amongst other things was a talented musician, its seems so sad this young man took his own life especially near his 25th birthday. Anjool Malde had so much talent he could of made his name and made a career as a top journalist or as a musician.This suicide could not be because he lost or was losing his job it just had to be something else and that's logic to me.
My guess is that Anjool had many Muslim contacts and I would hazard a guess that he was the person running the Covert US money-laundering accounts at Deutsche Bank in London. I think that he was coming under scrutiny of the Intelligence community and it was this intrusion into his life and the possibility of facing a long jail sentence for his involvements in drug money laundring for the Whitehouse and US colvert inteligence.
But of course time will clarify the real reason behind the tragic death of a young man that seeming should not of had an re-employment problem. Looking at his life and the things this young man had done and could do I can not believe him to be suicidal.
Sad, very sad, and my thoughts go to his family, friends and love one's that are shocked and sad at this tragic event and I hope that the full truth will emerge.
The stockbroker who leapt 80ft to his death feared he would lose his job after playing a prank at work, the Daily Mail can reveal.
Posing as one of his clients, Oxford graduate Anjool 'Jools' Malde left a silly message on a financial website. It read: 'I am hot, I am hot.'
Investigators think this was probably a reference to his client being on a successful investment run.
I am still not sold on the fact that Anjool would of commited suicide for the reason given in the above Daily Mail report.