Isabel Dos Santos’ banker found dead at his Lisbon home

Nuno Ribeiro Da Cunha was named as Dos Santos’ co-accused in charges brought by Angolan authorities on Thursday.

FILE: Angolan businesswoman Isabel dos Santos visits the newly started EFACEC Portuguese corporation's electric mobility industrial unit on 5 February 2018 in Maia. Picture: AFP

PRETORIA - Isabel Dos Santos’ banker has been found dead at his home in Lisbon.

Nuno Ribeiro Da Cunha was named as Dos Santos’s co-accused in embezzlement and money laundering charges brought by Angolan authorities on Thursday.

Police say everything points to suicide in the death of the 45-year-old.

He was suffering from depression and had previously made one attempt at his life.

At the Euro Bic bank, he handled her account when she was chief executive of Angola’s state-owned oil company Sonangol in 2016 and 2017.

Euro Bic has cut ties with Dos Santos who was their major shareholder.