Mod Note (Andy): Make sure to read the letter "A Son Never Dies" written by Sarvshreshth's father Sunil Gupta
Sarvshreshth Gupta dies at 22. Sarvshreshth was a tech investment banking analyst at. They haven't released the cause of death but it appears similar to the London situation.
It's always sad seeing a young kid pass away. It's even shittier that he passed because of complications due to exhaustion from being overworked. The article states that he was up for two days before he passed. He even tried to quit work but decided to come back.
I wonder if this will lead to some new initiatives or force the banks to take their previous initiatives more seriously. The banks have to be taking some heat especially since this occurred right after thedeath.
I think most of us understand the demanding work schedule of becoming a banker, but what about the effects on your health and mental well-being? Personally, I doubt this will change my career path much but it is worth thinking over and being cognizant of.
Read the full article here: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-06-02/...
Edit better article found here: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/02/business/dealboo...