By Marcus Dysch, March 26, 2009
A City fund manager sacked a female director who refused to join him at Kabbalah sessions, a tribunal has heard.
Guy Oppenheim, chief executive of Notz Stucki, one of Europe’s largest asset management firms, allegedly bombarded Nadine Nassar with suggestive, late-night text messages and phone calls.
Last week, Central London Employment Tribunal heard how the married 55-year-old encouraged her to take part in the Kabbalah classes.
She was sacked in April 2007 after turning down his alleged advances and dropping out of the sessions.