Deutsche Bank: We confirm Angelo Marc Jandugan is ‘currently’ not our employee
Posted by temasektimes on May 2, 2012
After receiving numerous complaints from angry Singaporeans today on the behavior of its alleged employee Angelo Marc Jandugan who sparked nationwide outrage with his snide remarks about Singaporeans, Deutsche Bank posted a reply on its Facebook page this evening:
“We can now confirm that the person in question (Angelo Marc Jandugan) is not currently a Deutsche Bank employee.”
[Source: Deutsche Bank's Facebook]
The reply prompted one Singaporean to ask immediately if Angelo Marc Jandugan was ever under the employment of Deutsche Bank.
A Filipino new citizen and grassroots leader who obtained his citizenship only in 2009, Angelo Marc Jandugan peeved off many Singaporeans by challenging them to leave Singapore if they are unable to compete with his people (from Philippines):
“Face the new reality, migrate somewhere else cause you can’t stop more of my people from coming here.”
According to his Facebook page, Angelo Marc Jandugan graduated from the University of the Philippines Diliman and is currently working at Deutsche Bank, Singapore. He is probably earning much more here in Singapore than back home.
The University of the Philippines Diliman, is ranked 332 by QS, and 753 by webometrics but can’t be found on the list of THE and ARWU.
Deutsche Bank’s surprising response led some netizens to speculate if Angelo Marc Jandugan may have published erroneous and misleading information about his occupation to show off to to the public.
Angelo Marc Jandugan has since deleted his Facebook page. Before he did so, he reportedly posted a lengthy apology on Facebook: