Christopher Woolnough, 56, who had worked at exchange for three decades, is praised as ‘kind and caring family man’

Tributes have been paid to a man who died in a fall from an upper floor at the London Stock Exchange last month, whom police have named as Christopher Woolnough.

The 56-year-old led the service desk team, helping customers who had problems with the stock exchange’s service. Woolnough had worked at the stock exchange for more than three decades and his family described him as a “kind and caring family man” on Tuesday.

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