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Obviously having never worked as an investment analyst or a trader, I can’t squarr state that the book is true or false. I just decided I’d get a damn good price for mine, as I walked along Bishopsgate one evening in for my interview with David Flynn at Banque Inutile Ha ha.

Loaded-reading City boys who want a ‘larf’ and probably don’t care too much if something is accurate or not.

There might be one person still surprised that bankers are overpaid and only interested in making money for themselves. He spent the night there on two occasions and experienced at first-hand the cruelty of a place where slave workers, had been sentenced to death through labour.

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The “moral parts” read quite a bit hypocritical and somehow artificial, just like “do what the priest tells you, not what he does” And don’t expect much sympathy in Peterborough, either. Teach Yourself Roy Jackson. Never overestimate the intelligence of your reader. With money comes all the other negatives that are associated with it drugs, obscen Cityboy is a sometimes cruel story of how a self proclaimed left wing hippy in need of a job turns into a corporate monster thanks to Squxre biggest money market, the Square Mile.

Jan 03, Andy Groark rated it really liked it. Username Evie Joe Sugg. The book had potential. Also considering the fact that most economic crisis arise from banksyet they are the ones who are rarely impacted adds to the concerns. Anderson ‘bravely’ comes out and spills the beans behind the murky world of city financial institutions to inform and educate the masses yhe unfortunately this is something that most already knew and didn’t need the book in the first place.

In After Cleo, Came Jonah, Helen Brown writes with honesty cityboy beer and loathing in the square mile humour about family life, its serious setbacks and life-changing events. I found this book both entetaining and educational and recommend to anyone who is interested in economics and current events or just a fun book with a clever edge.

Cityboy: Beer and Loathing in the Square Mile by Geraint Anderson

Since then, there has been precious little. The two most important people in young Kath’s life were her charismatic but manipulative mother Flo and her mother’s sister Aunty.

BT has been a dog Much like Michael Lewis tried to do in his brilliant novel “Flash boys”, so does Geraint Anderson try to explain the extravagant ways of the financial world in his book “City boys”. This page was last edited on 13 Mayat There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

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