City regulator staff slated over 'shameful' behaviour at London HQ
The City watchdog has warned staff to clean up their act following “shameful” behaviour at its London headquarters, including verbal abuse of catering teams and workers defecating on toilet floors.
A senior boss at the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) – which is in charge of policing bankers and financial firms – has written to staff over their bad behaviour at the watchdog’s £60m office in Stratford, east London.
“You may have heard about some of these behaviours already and I’m sure others will come as a shock,” the FCA’s chief operating officer, Georgina Philippou, said in a note... read more
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