(Reality is far more complex, cruel and stranger than this Bloomberg article, but it gives one a glimps.)
- Stuart Bray fighting wife over money in divorce case in London
- Former Deutsche Bank banker accused of hiding funds by judge
Quan’s lawyer said she had been vindicated. "Li is the champion of Chinese tigers, but unlike tigers, she has not had to fight her battles alone," Ayesha Vardag said. "After six long years, she has achieved both vindication and justice."
Bray, who is representing himself, didn’t return a call and messages seeking commen.
Bray joined Deutsche Bank when it bought his unit of Bankers Trust Corp. in 1999. He worked as co-head of a department that dealt with client tax transactions before leaving in 2001, according to a 2009 preliminary ruling in his libel case against the lender.
Bray sued Deutsche Bank for libel after leaving his position as co-head of a tax department in 2001. He settled the case for about 20 million pounds and used the money to help fund the charity, Li told the court in December.