SocGen ex-trader Jérôme Kerviel wins 455,000 euros for unfair dismissal

A Paris employment tribunal found that the bank knew of Kerviel's reckless trades that lost it 4.9 billion euros, and gave him back a yearly bonus never paid.

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Jerome Kerviel, who was convicted of causing a record 4.9 billion-euro trading loss at Société Générale, won more than 450,000 euros  in compensation as a Paris judge berated the lender for its role in the affair, reports Bloomberg.