Sunday , September 15 2019
Home / FT Alphaville / Top FMSB executives named in whistleblower case

Top FMSB executives named in whistleblower case

Summary:
A case seeking interim relief, often reserved for whistleblowing status, is being heard today in the London Central Employment Tribunal against the FMSB — the standards-setting body for the fixed income, currency and commodities markets. The case is being brought by Craig Beevers, a former senior technical adviser, who alleges unfair dismissal. The respondents are Mark Yallop, FMSB chair and formerly the UK head of UBS; Gerald Harvey, the CEO of the FMSB and formerly head of compliance at ICAP; Charles Nichols, a non-executive board member and former executive vice-president at Unilever; and Stephen O’Connor, another non-executive board member. The FMSB was set up in 2015, on the recommendation of the Bank of England and Financial Conduct Authority, with the purpose of improving ethical

Topics:
FT Alphaville considers the following as important:

This could be interesting, too:

Miles Kimball writes Angus Deaton: What Do Self-Reports of Wellbeing Say about Life-Cycle Theory and Policy?

Miles Kimball writes Chris Kimball: The Language of Doubt

Tyler Cowen writes Saturday assorted links

Bradford DeLong writes This From Dan Alpert Still Makes Immense Sense

A case seeking interim relief, often reserved for whistleblowing status, is being heard today...

FT Alphaville
FT Alphaville is a free daily news and commentary service giving finance professionals the information they need, when they need it. In a world where market professionals are inundated with information there is a pressing need to edit and filter, and hopefully sow a few ideas along the way. That’s where the FT Alphaville team comes in.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *