(Bloomberg) -- A Deutsche Bank AG executive, fired over allegations he sexually harassed female colleagues, said in a lawsuit that he was the one who suffered discrimination.

Konrad Joy, the chief operating officer in the global risk department before being fired in 2013, told a London employment tribunal that the bank accepted accusations against him that were false or exaggerated without a proper investigation.

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