Media: String of sexual assaults at Swedish money manager

Harassment, bullying and sexual assault was a part of everyday life for newly employed women at an Swedish provider of investment solutions. An enquiry has been started.

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Swedish investment manager Garantum has become the subject of a big metoo case in Sweden, according to Dagens Industri.

The many reported cases of bullying, harassment and sexual assault took place at subsidiary company Bandling & Partners, where young, newly-employed women in particular were victims of differing levels of harassment and assault.

A number of anonymous former employees told Dagens Industri about the events. In one case, a high-ranking employee allegedly dragged a female employee into a hotel room with him while she cried and screamed.

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