Sunday, 4 October 2015

Fired RBS trader says he was 'scapegoat' for FX fine

From Reuters –

“A former foreign exchange trader fired by Royal Bank of Scotland said he was a scapegoat and that the state-backed bank had "dishonestly contrived" his dismissal to divert attention from its own failings.

Ian Drysdale is claiming unfair dismissal in a London court after being sacked in February by RBS for gross misconduct. The bank says Drysdale shared in chatrooms confidential information about the trading activities of clients, including Russia's central bank, with traders at other banks.”

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