City trader tells court of 83 instances of alleged bullying and racial harassment

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Opeyemi Olayanju claims constructive dismissal by TP ICAP and now wants job at rival A City trader who is locked in a legal battle after resigning from a job has filed court papers in Dubai alleging he was subjected to 83 instances of “bullying, harassment and racial discrimination” over three years. Opeyemi Olayanju, 26, quit the City broker TP ICAP in December last year, alleging constructive dismissal because of “harassment, bullying and discrimination” at the firm in London. Continue reading...

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