HSBC’s former head of global equities has refilled a £5m discrimination claim against the bank alleging misconduct
HSBC’s openly gay former head of global equities has relaunched a £5m discrimination claim, according to reports.
Peter Lewis has refilled a discrimination claim against the bank alleging misconduct in its investigation after he was accused of indecent behaviour by a colleague.
Lewis had his case quashed last year by the Employment Appeals Tribunal, which ordered a fresh hearing.
HSBC has successfully defended Lewis’ claim that he was sacked for being gay.
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