A summer on the piste

It must be boring being a loans banker in August. While Loan Ranger spends high summer enjoying one too many long (boozy) meetings, ultra competitive loans bankers must be desperate for some — any — rivalry to keep the spirit of the market alive while borrowers sun themselves on white sands in Mauritius.

  • By Dariush Hessami
  • 19 Aug 2013
It’s lucky then, that bowling exists. Last week a cross section of loans bankers headed out for a few games of 10 pin. Loan Ranger has it on good authority that the games at least had the façade of fun, but deep down there can be no doubt ...

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