The Centre for Investigative Journalism
The Centre for Investigative Journalism

Investigating Sexual Assault at the Workplace: the Case of  Crispin Odey

Crispin Odey reigned over London’s hedge fund scene for more than three decades. At its peak his firm, Odey Asset Management, was one of Europe’s largest hedge fund companies. But behind the scenes, and known to the company’s executives, persistent sexual misconduct and abuse was taking place.

Thirteen women who have worked for Odey Asset Management or had social or professional dealings with its founder told the Financial Times that Odey abused or harassed them; eight alleged he sexually assaulted them.

Three journalists who looked into the claims will share their experience of investigating sexual assault at the workplace.

Madison Marriage

Madison Marriage is the Financial Times’ special investigations editor. She leads a team of reporters investigating misconduct and abuse of power across business, politics, housing, education and beyond.

Antonia Cundy

Antonia Cundy is a multi award-winning special investigations reporter at the Financial Times, focused on exposing abuses of power. Before joining the FT in 2022, Antonia worked as a freelance foreign correspondent and investigative reporter.

Paul Caruana Galizia

Paul Caruana Galizia became a reporter at Tortoise after his mother Daphne was assassinated and since then has won several journalism awards and, with his two brothers, a Magnitsky Human Rights Award and an Anderson-Lucas-Norman Award for tax justice.
  • 28 June 2023 16.30–17.30
Location: PSH LG01