• Expat banker arrested over fatal Hong Kong Ferrari crash: reports


    HONG KONG: A senior foreign banker was arrested in Hong Kong after his Ferrari was involved in a crash in a car park that killed a security guard, reports said Wednesday. Police said the 48-year-old driver—identified by the South China Morning Post as Robert Ebert, the head of equities for Asia Pacific at Deutsche Bank —was arrested on “suspicion of dangerous driving causing death”. Police said the collision happened early Tuesday in a car park near the Deutsche Bank office in the city’s International Commerce Center tower. Frankfurt-based Deutsche Bank declined comment on the incident.



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