Former Citi trader points finger at bank execs at tribunal

McWilliams: alleged offences were "encouraged, condoned, required and rewarded" by management

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Legal fight: four former Citi employees have filed claims for unfair dismissal

Carly McWilliams, a former Citigroup trader dismissed over investigations into foreign exchange trading and benchmarks, has told a London employment tribunal that executives at the firm encouraged traders to share client orders with employees of other banks.

McWilliams, who worked on Citi's spot-trading desk for 14 years, was dismissed in November 2014 amid the height of the WM/Reuters benchmark manipulation saga. She filed her suit for unfair dismissal at the East London Employment Tribunal in

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