Dating a banker anonymos
Though he may have been master of the universe, his life was at the whim of market forces, over which he lacked any semblance of control.
Show me an investment banker and I’ll show you someone who hasn’t slept more than four hours in a row since he/she signed the first contract. The IB was forever forking out for pricey tickets to concerts, sporting events, even holidays, that were scuppered by work at the last minute.
As a psychologist who specializes in dating and just wrote a book about single career women finding love, I wanted to consider what might be : 1.
UPDATE: And now Fashionista reports that the DABA Girls Dawn Spinner, Laney Crowell, and Megan Petrus are getting a book deal.
Perhaps most especially on “Wall Street,” status, perceptions and stereotypes prevail so it’s a good microcosm from which to examine our blocks to love, on either front.
And as Mother Teresa once said, ‘If you judge people, you have no time to love them.’ So let’s start there.
Wereko-Brobby told The Capitalist that bankers are in dire need of help, as years of client outings have left them starved of “corporate creatives”; the ideal catch with a perfect combination of artistic flair and shedloads of money.
One anonymous banker, paying £200 per month, said the tailored service suited her busy schedule. This is more efficient for me.” And they say romance is dead...
In it, freelancer Ravi Somaiya described a group called Dating A Banker Anonymous (DABA) as "a support group founded in November to help women cope with the inevitable relationship fallout from, say, the collapse of Lehman Brothers or the Dow’s shedding 777 points in a single day, as it did on Sept.With their big bonuses and fast-paced lifestyles it’s hard to believe that bankers struggle to find love.But tomorrow night financiers can book an appointment with dating guru and Social Concierge founder Nana Wereko-Brobby at Canada Square’s Parlour bar for some no holds barred advice on finding “the one”.29." In the article, the women said all kinds of delightfully outrageous stuff. 28 about women who commiserated over dating Wall Street bankers caught in the financial crisis described a group they had formed, Dating a Banker Anonymous, as a support group. Its creators originally told The Times that about 30 women had participated, but since publication, they have said that all involved were friends.One of the women, Dawn Spinner Davis, 26, complained that her 28-year-old private wealth manager wasn't nearly the man he used to be. Laney Crowell, one of the women who started the blog, said in the article that it was “very tongue in cheek;” she has since described it as a satire that embellishes true experiences for effect.