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25-year-old Bank of America trader dies — two weeks after death of Leo Lukenas

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Adnan Deumic, a 25-year-old London-based trader at Bank of America died Thursday evening — just two weeks after the death of Leo Lukenas III, a 35-year-old banker who had been working 100-hour work weeks at the financial giant, The Post has learned.

Deumic was playing in a casual “five-a-side” charity soccer tournament with other finance employees when he fell suddenly and was administered CPR, a source with knowledge of the matter said. While the cause of death is unknown, this person told The Post cardiac arrest is suspected.

“The death of our teammate is a tragedy, and we are shocked by the sudden loss of a popular, young colleague,” a spokesman for Bank of America told The Post. “We are committed to providing our full support to Adnan’s family, his friends and to our many employees grieving his loss.” 

A 25-year-old Bank of America Corp. credit trader died suddenly on Thursday night. Adnan Deumic, a credit portfolio and algorithmic trader, collapsed of a suspected cardiac arrest playing soccer at an industry event and failed to respond to medical treatment including CPR Adnan Deumic/Facebook
Adnan Deumic/Linkedin

Deumic, who was born in Sweden, joined Bank of American in 2022 as a Credit Portfolio & Algorithmic Trader.

A London-based trader for Bank of America died on Thursday evening during a charity soccer tournament — the second company employee to die this month. AP
Leo Lukenas III died on May 2 from an apparent blood clot. Leo Lukenas/linkedin

The news comes just weeks after Lukenas, a 35-year-old investment banking associate died of from acute coronary artery thrombus.

But sources at the bank say unlike Lukenas who was working 100-hour weeks, Deumic worked shorter hours as a trader. Traders on Wall Street typically work closer to 50 or 60 hours a week.

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