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