A day in the life of a Deutsche Bank managing director who used to travel 10 days a month for work and is now hunkering down in New York's Catskill Mountains during the pandemic
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Piers Constable

Before the pandemic, Piers Constable, a managing director at Deutsche Bank, spent about 10 days per month traveling for work.

Since the start of the coronavirus lockdown, the New York City-based executive has been working from home in the Catskills in upstate New York.

He walked Business Insider through his typical day in a world changed by the virus.

Constable wakes up at 6 a.m., spends the day on video calls with clients and colleagues, and manages to fit in a daily jog.


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