Pedro Duarte Guimarães allegedly committed inappropriate approaches to women during his administration; The public bank says it is not aware of the complaints
The Federal Public Ministry (MPF) has opened an investigation to investigate allegations of sexual harassment made by employees of the Caixa Econômica Federal against the president of the institute Pedro Duarte Guimarães. The opening of the investigation, which is in the process of secrecy, was confirmed by Eng Estadio.
Five women denounced the bank president’s inappropriate approaches. Disclosure of the complaints was carried out by the website metropolis this Tuesday 28.
According to one of the reports, an employee claims that the bank president rubbed her buttocks. In another case, the executive would have invited another employee to his hotel room to deliver the order when he asked her to take a shower and come back to talk about her career in his room.
On another trip, Guimarães allegedly handed the key to his hotel room to an employee and said the phrase “I’ll put it in front”.
wanted by Estadio, the Federal Public Ministry said it did not provide information on confidential procedures. Caixa did not answer questions from the Estadio until the publication of this report. The text will be updated as soon as there is a placement.
In a note to metropolisCaixa informed that it is not aware of the sexual harassment allegations against Guimarães and that it has protocols to prevent cases of any kind of improper practice by its employees.
“Caixa is not aware of the complaints presented by the vehicle. Caixa clarifies that it adopts measures to eliminate conduct related to any type of harassment. The bank has a solid system of integrity, anchored in compliance with the various prevention protocols, of the Code of Ethics and Conduct, which prohibit the practice of ‘any kind of harassment, through verbal or physical conduct of humiliation, coercion or threat’, he informed in a note to the website.