P&M Notebook: a liking for the law

By Ralph Sinclair
20 Nov 2020

It’s a widespread belief in capital markets that kicking up a fuss is a good way to make sure you never work in the industry again. Whatever you take out of your employer by way of a whistleblowing case or an employment tribunal had best set you up for a life away from the markets because that is supposedly where your life will be.

That might be why those who do take action against their old firms are rarely heard of in the markets again. But one figure who did just that has resurfaced, albeit not on a trading floor.

Ben Smyth, who took his old shop, UBS, to court, is ...

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