Banker wife of JP Morgan vice president found dead after getting stranded in treacherous conditions on holiday climb

TDC Note – Kate Matrosova, BNP Paribas credit trader, number 56. Her husband is listed as a VP at JPMorgan. According to the information listed below, Ms. Matrosova was an experienced hiker and climber. from The Daily Mail An investment banker was found dead after attempting to climb the Northeast’s highest peak on Monday afternoon – 24 hours after she called for help as she hiked through 100 mph winds. Kate Matrosova, 32, arrived at the base of New Hampshire’s 5,400ft Mount Madison at 5am on Sunday, dropped off by her husband Charlie Farhoodi, who is listed on LinkedIn as a Vice President at JP Morgan. Within hours, she activated an emergency beacon amid treacherous conditions but a team was unable to locate her in the blizzard. Her body was found 24 hours later. It appears she died of exposure to the extreme temperatures overnight. Married: Matrosova was dropped off at the range at 5am on Sunday by husband Charlie Farhoodi (left) who is listed on LinkedIn as the Vice President of JP Morgan. The couple shared a $1 million apartment in Manhattan Emergency: A search team was unable to locate Matrosova (pictured in January) for 24 hours after her call She had been attempting to climb the Presidential Range of the White Mountains – which includes the highest peak in the Northeast – Mount Washington – elevation 6,300 feet Russia-born Matrosova, who lived in a $1 million apartment in Midtown Manhattan with Farhoodi, planned to climb to the top of Madison before venturing across three other summits in the so-called Presidential Range, reports claim. As the day progressed, the region was hit by winds exceeding 100mph and temperatures plummeted to -30F. The BNP Paribas credit trader sent her coordinates to rescuers on Sunday afternoon. However, it took the team almost 24 hours to locate her.

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