Deutsche Bank Executive Wrongly Fired on `False' Sex Complaints

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  • Male risk executive wins discrimination case against lender
  • Accusations of lewd remarks exaggerated by female co-workers

The Deutsche Bank AG headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany.

Photographer: Ralph Orlowski/Bloomberg

A former Deutsche Bank AG executive fired when female colleagues accused him of sexual harassment won a discrimination lawsuit after London judges ruled the women had lied, exaggerated and used lewd language themselves.

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