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Complaint under investigation at Russell McVeagh

Russell McVeagh is investigating a complaint which relates to a partner making inappropriate comments while attending a client event under the influence of alcohol.

Chair Malcolm Crotty confirmed a partner has been restricted from the workplace while an independent investigation is underway.


“The seriousness with which we are treating this investigation confirms our commitment to building a culture of trust and transparency.

“Everyone in the organisation knows what is expected of them and we will not tolerate any inappropriate behaviour.

"We expect to make a more detailed statement following the outcome of the investigation in the next 10 working days,” he said.

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