Hoodless echoes claims that Citi knew of wrongdoing

Ex-trader repeats previous statements that senior managers encouraged information sharing

Number three: former Citi trader Hoodless files for unfair dismissal

Robert Hoodless, a former Citigroup foreign exchange trader fired over claims he engaged in the inappropriate sharing of trade information in December 2014, has told a London employment tribunal that such practices were conducted to satisfy the expectations of management.

Hoodless, who filed for unfair dismissal in August 2015, is the third ex-Citi employee to appear at the East London Employment tribunal, following the hearings of Carly McWilliams and Perry Stimpson.

In a written statement

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