Mad, bad and dangerous to know?

Loan Ranger has often thought about including a few extra categories in the EuroWeek annual syndicated loans and leveraged finance awards. Perhaps some personal awards to recognise the individuals around the loan market —maybe most likely to exceed his expenses account limits in one lunch? Or most elaborate email signature?

  • 12 Apr 2013
One award we’d definitely like to include next year would be for the Mr (or Mrs) Nasty of the loans market — the banker who’s the maddest, the baddest and most dangerous to know. Without getting into a tabloid-esque rant about how all bankers should be in prison ...

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