Ex-FX traders to sue Barclays and Citi for unfair dismisssal


Two former foreign exchange traders will this month sue their former employers Barclays and Citigroup for unfair dismissal at a London court.

Reuters reports that former Barclays FX trader Jack Murray is suing the bank and is scheduled to appear at the East London employment tribunal on January 28, according to court filings released on Wednesday.

Carly McWilliams, a former FX trader at Citigroup in London, is scheduled to appear at the same court on January 25-28 with her claim against the bank.

McWilliams is one of several former London-based FX traders suing Citigroup and gave evidence for former trader Perry Stimpson, who won a claim for unfair dismissal against Citigroup in November.

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Ex-Barclays, Citi FX traders sue for unfair dismissal in London

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