Female banker whose boss repeatedly told her ‘not now, Stacey’ wins £4 million sex discrimination claim

A female banker whose boss demeaned her by repeatedly saying “not now, Stacey” has won a £4 million sex discrimination claim.

Stacey Macken alleged that over a four year period, while working at French bank BNP Paribas, she received hundreds of thousands of pounds less than her male peers and was subjected to sexist behaviour.

One boss, Denis Pihan, was accused of routinely belittling Miss Macken, 48, by replying “not now, Stacey” when she tried to talk to him.

Mr Pihan did it so frequently…
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