Stock exchange regulator found dead
Wentworth Graham, the chief regulatory officer at the Jamaica Stock Exchange, is dead.
Graham's body was found late Tuesday evening at the Fisherman's Beach in St Catherine.
The brother of journalist Neville Graham, Wentworth, 48, went missing from the Spanish Hospital on Monday, two days after he had been admitted.
That same day, he was seen in Lake's Pen, St Catherine.
The Portmore police, who are investigating, have not yet determined the cause of death.
Earlier this year, Wentworth filed a claim against the Jamaica Stock Exchange and its managing director, Marlene Street Forrest, alleging breach of his employment contract, following efforts to suspend him from the job.
Wentworth was attempting to block the suspension, which he was fighting before the Industrial Disputes Tribunal, and any other action that could result in his dismissal.