A managing director suing Bank of America for gender discrimination by what she called an in-house “bro’s club” has set traders on Wall Street buzzing because of a host of other practices alleged in the complaint – including front- running, lying to customers and manipulating bond prices.
A managing director suing Bank of America for gender discrimination by what she called an in-house “bro’s club” has set traders on Wall Street buzzing because of a host of other practices alleged in the complaint – including front- running, lying to customers and manipulating bond prices. Chris Keane Bloomberg
A managing director suing Bank of America for gender discrimination by what she called an in-house “bro’s club” has set traders on Wall Street buzzing because of a host of other practices alleged in the complaint – including front- running, lying to customers and manipulating bond prices. Chris Keane Bloomberg

‘Bro’s Club’ suit cites type of Bank of America practices under U.S. probe

May 20, 2016 11:24 AM