Ronald Greenidge, the former UBS AG managing director fired for gross misconduct in his supervision of convicted trader Kweku Adoboli, sued the bank claiming it treated him more harshly than others because he’s black.

Greenidge, who was UBS’s head of European cash trading, alleges race discrimination and unfair dismissal in a lawsuit filed in June at a London employment tribunal, according to documents obtained by Bloomberg News.

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