(Bloomberg) -- A managing director suing Bank of America for gender discrimination by what she called an in-house “bro’s club” outlined a host of practices -- including front-running, lying to customers and manipulating bond prices -- in a complaint filed in Manhattan that set traders on Wall Street buzzing.

The lawsuit by Megan Messina, a 42-year-old co-head of the global structured credit products team, describes practices similar to those at the center of a longstanding investigation of the bank by federal prosecutors in North Carolina.

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