London Banker Wins BNP Paribas Discrimination Suit

Law360, London (September 11, 2019, 10:51 PM BST) -- A female manager at BNP Paribas has won a sexual discrimination lawsuit against the French bank after a London tribunal found evidence she was victimized for raising gender pay disparity concerns within the company.

The Employment Tribunal said City banker Stacey Macken was unfairly treated because of her gender and subjected to direct sex discrimination and victimization during her years at the bank's London office. 

The tribunal heard evidence that Macken's bosses dismissed her questions by saying "Not now, Stacey" so frequently that her colleagues copied the remark, according to the Sept. 2 decision. In another instance, a witch's hat was left on her...

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