Loan Ranger: Fuzzy heads and Alka-Seltzer

On Thursday night Barclays took refuge away from the protesters at St Paul's, the original venue for the bank's annual November syndicated loans bash, and ended up cramming Christ Church Spitalfields with what felt like the entire loan market. A shame really — the possibility of the spectacle of rosy-cheeked bankers confronting the great unwashed on a mild Thursday night is one that won’t pop up again for a while.

  • 18 Nov 2011
After arriving fashionably late, Loan Ranger just had time for one glass of wine and some polite (mostly) conversation before the party moved on to 80s and 90s retro-tastic Reflex bar. You can’t call it a proper cocktail reception unless you’re hearing Benny Zachariah telling you the story ...

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