Conduct body in dispute with ex-employee over conduct in Deutsche case

By Jasper Cox
04 Sep 2019

The Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities Market Standards Board (FMSB), a body which aims to establish good practice and conduct standards in wholesale markets, is in a legal dispute with a former employee. It relates to expert witness work he conducted for an FX trading misconduct case involving Deutsche Bank, which is alleged to have complained about his involvement.

In the employment tribunal case brought by Craig Beevers at the Central London Employment Tribunal, the defendants were the FMSB, Mark Yallop, its chair, Gerry Harvey, its former chief executive, Charles Nichols, a board member, and Stephen O’Connor, who sits on its advisory council.

Beevers was a senior ...

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