Credit Suisse has fired two City bankers after an investigation into allegations of historic sexual harassment.
The bank has fired the senior banker at the centre of the 2010 incident and a second manager who hindered the original investigation.
The alleged assault took place in 2010 when a group of Credit Suisse staff went to a London bar.
The female victim was inappropriately touched and kissed by her senior colleague.
She reported the alleged assault to the police, but there was not enough evidence and the case was dropped.
The victim contacted chief executive Tidjane Thiam in January, asking him to look at the case again.
In March the bank began a new investigation into the case which decided that the pair had misled investigators and withheld evidence.
The pair who have been fired are not being named to protect the identity of the victim.
Since the incident came to light, the bank has moved to overhaul its anti-harassment policies.
Any future investigations will be led by conduct and ethics ombudswoman Antoinette Poschung who will report to the bank’s executive board.
Credit Suisse declined to comment.