Vices for marathons – the newest City trade

Never one to let the fast pace of the City get in the way of in-depth understanding of the market, Loan Ranger took some time out on Wednesday to enjoy a leisurely lunch with RBS’s Simon Meldrum. We say leisurely, perhaps marathon is the word, given the relaxed attitude to service at our choice of restaurant — 1 Lombard Street.

  • 16 Mar 2012
Luckily, a discussion about the improvement in the standard of Guinness in London since Simon arrived in the UK meant the three hours flew by. We just hope RBS's EM loans whizz will be able to say the same in the evening of April 22, when he’ll have ...

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