4 Mar Geraint Anderson during his city boy days. It’s likely that whatever you’ve heard about sex, drugs, prostitution, filth and fraud in the City of. 2 Jul Cityboy: Geraint Anderson made £3m before he decided the City was ‘souless’. Even when he was just another Cityboy making a fortune. In this no-holds barred, warts and all account of life in London’s financial heartland, Anderson breaks the Square Mile’s code of silence, revealing explosive.
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Latest reports from News Retailers in the doldrums: If you’re in the least bit interested about how this ictyboy is in the financial state it’s in, th Interesting but not surprising. Get to Know Us. It would seem the author was trying hard to write a good story, and if it’s that’s the case, hats off to you Sir, you might even get a movie deal.
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Cityboy: Beer and Loathing in the Square Mile by Geraint Anderson
In this no-holds barred, warts and all cityyboy of life in London’s financial heartland, Anderson breaks the Square Mile’s code of silence, revealing explosive secrets, tricks of the trade and the corrupt, murky underbelly at the heart of life in the City. Learn how and when to remove these template messages.
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Cityboy: Beer and Loathing in the Square Mile
Even my parents told me I was becoming money-obsessed. Very glad I finally got round to it. To say I looked sartorially challenged would be The book had potential.
I guess the author is exaggerating some parts, but as he writes himself in the epilogue “he had gerint point to make”. This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia’s teraint standards. The book opens with a real punch in the gut, but then slows down to a mere crawl for about pages before diving back into the storyline.
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Nevertheless, he says there was a time in when everything appeared to be going horribly wrong: But just how far Anderson himself got sucked in to the vices of City life is unclear. If you are a person who works or deal with bad sophistcated banking products, you better read this book to get a clearer picture of what you exactly into?
I do enjoy working, but I still do it only for living and not the other way around. Anderson should take a lesson or two from Michael Lewis in how to write funny without being messy. By then he had already been approached andefson write a book based on his increasingly popular column.
Its all about making a buck and some of the stories are very funny as are names of banks megashite etc. True they spend almost hrs week but the justification for earning City Boy is supposed to be an insider account of the filthy money and life lived by so called investment bankers.
Give it a miss at all costs. Maybe it’s just because I’m not in this banking world, and I’m just jealous. In fact, it took a near brush with death to make Anderson finally decide to quit the City.
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Where’s the best place for children to keep their money in a world of new tech? It definitely is a book which requires a lot of patience as there is no real story. Having said that, the book is cktyboy in parts and it can be quite entertaining for those who are in the Square Mile or Wall Street or gerzint other stock market related business.
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