Deutsche Bank Head Held Over Fatal Hong Kong Ferrari Crash

June 10, 2015

NewsStandOnline.Net (10-June-2015): A senior foreign banker was arrested in Hong Kong after crashing his luxury Ferrari and allegedly killing a security guard in the collision in a car park, reports said earlier today.

Police said the 48-year-old driver, identified in various reports as Robert Ebert, the head of equities for Asia Pacific at Deutsche Bank, was arrested on “suspicion of dangerous driving causing death”.

Expat Banker Held Over Fatal Hong Kong Ferrari Crash

“When reaching the car park’s entrance, the private car reportedly lost control and collided with another private car… It then hit… a 53-year-old man who was next to the water barriers,” police said in a statement.

“Sustaining serious head and shoulder injuries, the 53-year-old man… was certified dead at 2pm,” the statement said.