JP Morgan has not commented on whether the dead man was an employee:
We are reviewing a very sad incident at 25 Bank Street this morning.
We were called at 8.04am to Bank Street to reports of a person fallen form a height.
We sent one ambulance crew, a duty officer, our hazardous area response team and London Air Ambulance to the scene.
Sadly a man in his 30s was pronounced dead at the scene.
The Metropolitan Police says he was found on the ninth floor of the building.
We believe we know the identity of the deceased but we await formal identification.
A man has died after falling from the European headquarters of JP Morgan bank in Canary Wharf. The man, believed to be in his 30s, was found just after 8am at 25 Bank Street.
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