OA’s in the City
Senior business figures from the City of London gathered last week at the offices at the offices of the Financial Times for an evening of business focussed networking. The event was sponsored by the Alumni of Dulwich College, known as Old Alleynians (OAs), and kindly hosted by the editor of the FT, Lionel Barber, himself an OA.
Together with representatives from the School, Lionel also addressed the gathering, including our own Mike Davies, and gave a very witty and focused assessment on the prospects for the economy, both at home and abroad.
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When: October 18, 2013
Where: FT Offices London