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From: e-trader@talk21.com To: phil.dump@pgbrokers.co.uk Subject: A thank-you lunch? I am back in the City later this week for a rescheduled interview. Also, I have agreed departure terms with the Germans, so I am now officially unemployed. Can I buy you lunch in return for the research you are sending? From: e-trader@talk21.com To: liz.trader@activeinsure.co.uk Subject: Sorry I know you’re not going to like this, but I left my car at the station. Phil and I had a rather senior lunch and I thought it was wiser to take a cab home. Could you drop me there on your way to work tomorrow please? From: e-trader@talk21.com To: brad.norman@jobsforboys.co.uk Subject: How did it go? Thank you for setting up the meeting. Those people were much more my scene. They seem a little old-fashioned, but I am much more comfortable with long-only investment management. What did they think of me? From: e-trader@talk21.com To: kathy.pond@stella-am.com Subject: What has been going on? When I got my PDA home, I found the contacts file had been wiped clean. This is not funny. Why has it been tampered with? Has the IT department had a hand in this? From: e-trader@talk21.com To: george.lark@virgin.net Subject: I need your networking skills What do you know about Fraser Kilroy? I know their investment trust business suffered in the splits débâcle, but they seem to have some solid pensions mandates and good retail funds. More important, they have a vacancy for a senior fund manager. From: lucindaw-s@btinternet.com To: e-trader@talk21.com Subject: An amazing coincidence! An old friend of mine who works in the marketing department of a long-established fund manager has asked if I know you. What is it worth for me to give you a good write-up? To be continued…