£20m lawsuit | The HR lessons from Goldman Sachs' 'whistleblowing' row with ex-banker

The HR lessons from Goldman Sachs' 'whistleblowing' row with ex-banker

Goldman Sachs has settled a legal case with an ex-banker who was suing the firm over claims he was unfairly dismissed for whistleblowing.

Thomas Doyle, the bank's former EMEA head of synthetic swap sales, worked at Goldman from late 2018 to 2021. As reported by Reuters, he had launched a £20million employment tribunal claim against his former employer, alleging he had been unfairly dismissed without proper procedure after making multiple whistleblowing reports.

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