HSBC markets head De Roux left after ‘inappropriate conduct’ accusation

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By Owen Sanderson
13 Dec 2018

HSBC’s head of global markets Thibaut de Roux left the bank in September, following an accusation of inappropriate conduct from a junior female employee, according to reports from Bloomberg.

De Roux left the company in mid-September, retiring from banking following a 30 year career. He took over as head of markets in 2014, having previously held posts including deputy head, head of markets for Europe, head of fixed income and derivatives, and head of structured rate ...

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