Matt Chapman was reportedly quizzed over claims he changed a review by the woman’s manager to give her a higher mark
An anti-corruption chief who quit Standard Chartered after allegations of misbehaviour during an affair has got a job helping Aviva tackle financial crime.
Matt Chapman – former head of the anti-bribery and corruption team at the bank – was reportedly quizzed over claims he changed a review by the woman’s manager to give her a higher mark.
He also gave her a promotion before he left last year, according to financial news service Bloomberg.
Chapman has since joined Aviva as a contractor on its financial crime transformation team.
It follows a crackdown on misbehaviour at Standard Chartered, which is headquartered in the City but earns most of its money in the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
Other staff have been probed for abusive and racist comments, buying Louis Vuitton handbags on expenses and other inappropriate behaviour.
Last week it emerged that the bank’s head of compliance Neil Barry had left the bank following complaints about inappropriate comments.
Standard Chartered has hired a team of former spies to try and bring behaviour under control.
The bank and Chapman declined to comment on the circumstances around his departure.