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FDIC chair resigns after report slams 'misogynistic' culture at US regulator

By Ellesheva Kissin
FDIC harassment
FDIC chair Martin Gruenberg was accused of engaging in alleged verbal abuse in damning independent report. Image via Bloomberg

Martin Gruenberg, the chair of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, has announced he will step down after an independent report found a “misogynistic” culture at the US regulator.

Gruenberg, who has been with the agency since 2005, said in a statement on May 20: “In light of recent events, I ...

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