Analysis, Culture & Conduct

UK banks face new legal duty to combat sexual harassment from October

By Farah Khalique
sexual harassment
Image via Getty

The clock is running down for banks in the UK to comply with new sexual harassment prevention laws, increasing pressure on the Square Mile to get a grip on non-financial misconduct. 

The new Worker Protection Act, which comes into force on October 25, includes a mandatory legal duty ...

To continue reading
Request Free Trial

  • Unlimited access to all content.
  • Email alerts highlighting key industry insight.
  • Invitations to attend exclusive roundtables and events.

Read Next:

Opinion, Regulation & Supervision
October 10, 2023

How to use surveillance to root out sexual harassment

UK regulators are pressuring banks to root out sexism in the City
Read more