In the news: Spotlight on bad behaviour

Personal misconduct, including groping and unwanted attention, is still all too common in the global financial services sector, despite the rise of the #metoo movement and the efforts of regulators
by Bethan Rees

Two executives from Lloyd’s of London insurers Tokio Marine Kiln (TMK) have left the company amid allegations of sexual harassment, reports Gavin Finch for Bloomberg. TMK is the Lloyd’s of London underwriting arm of Tokio Marine Holdings Inc, Japan’s oldest insurance company. One is accused of groping colleagues at a work party and the other is accused of stalking a junior employee with unsolicited text messages and emails asking her out on dates.
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Published: 14 Jun 2019
  • News
  • The Review
  • misconduct
  • Lloyd's of London
  • Narendra Modi
  • sexual harassment
  • metoo
  • India
  • FCA

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