The financier Davide Serra was sentenced in the United Kingdom to pay 32 thousand pounds, approximately 37 thousand euros, against Jolanda Niccolini, a former manager of his company who had denounced him on charges of inappropriate attitudes. According to Daily Mail, the CEO of investment fund Algebris with dual Italian and British passports reportedly commented on the size of the woman’s breasts while hosting clients in her chalet in France before reducing her role at the company in 2019. According to the reconstruction of the Daily Mail , Serra – for several years the main financier of Matteo Renzi’s electoral campaigns – allegedly told Niccolini that she had to “remain rational” and avoid being overwhelmed by “a hormonal storm” that her boss, i.e. Serra, would have provoked, according to which women would become “hectic and unpredictable during menstruation”. In addition to the comments on Niccolini’s breasts, Serra would also have told the customers hosted in the chalet in France that the manager would have done anything for them “including the prostitute”. Facts that would date back to 2016, after which Serra would have sent flowers to apologize. Niccolini was head of business development and investor relations for Algebris. Over the last six years in which she held the role, the manager was allegedly awarded a bonus of over £2.3m before being sacked after a dispute with the top management over her performance and managerial style. she. You had started working with Serra in 2013 in the Milan office of Algebris, then moved to London. Niccolini and Serra had met at the time of the Bocconi University that she attended.
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