Climbing Kilimanjaro 2002 – Part Two

In the January issue of Profit & Loss, Stacey Seltzer, then vice president of FX at Brown Brothers Harriman, began his account of his climb of Mount Kilimanjaro in aid of the UK-based charity Children in Crisis. We left his account at the foot of the mountain and now take up the story of Stacey, […]
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Climbing Kilimanjaro 2002

In the July/August 2002 issue of Profit & Loss, we reported how Stacey Seltzer, then assistant vice president of FX at Brown Brothers Harriman, was to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in aid of the UK-based charity, Children in Crisis. This month we publish the first instalment of his story of the climb, part two will follow […]
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Profit & Loss Holds 3rd Annual Forex Charity Dinner’Off the Record’

Profit & Loss magazine held its third annual Forex Charity Dinner, “Off the Record”, on Wednesday, December 4, at The Brewery in London for 60 guests. On the night, we raised £12,000 from an auction and raffle, with donations coming from individuals in the market, as well as from numerous sporting and lifestyle goods franchises. […]
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Take It to the Limit: A Day at the Track

In the Lifestyle section of the March 2002 issue of Profit & Loss we took a look at track day preparation – how to set your motor bike up for a day’s racing at one of the many tracks around the UK. So, the bike is set up, transport is arranged, and you are off […]
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Things to do in Britain When it’s Dry (Part One: Scotland)

By Charles Olaar The British weather being the fickle beast that it is (and I use the word “beast” deliberately), a holiday in the UK (aside from London) is not the first idea that springs to mind when analysing the options for a week away. In recent years it has been a holiday selected by […]
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The World in the Palm of your Hand?

By John Kasp As infants we relied on our parents for our daily schedule, oblivious to personal time management or commitments. Not long after picking up the ability to walk, talk, read and write, things start getting complicated and sooner or later we end up with a little black book. Birthdays lead to parties, that […]
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Around Luxembourg City

Luxembourg City, the host to the 6th European Congress of ACI – The Financial Markets Association, presents a pleasant mix of the new and old in its architecture. It is a city that contrasts sweeping boulevards with picturesque squares and tiny lanes. Possibly the most dramatic feature of the city is the Petrusse Valley which […]
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Track Day Preparation

by Ian Wheeler Whether it’s because of new anti-speed legislation, the fact that the latest sports bikes can’t be ridden at 100% on Britain’s roads or just because they are great fun, track days are becoming increasingly popular amongst road riders in the UK. The first rule of track day preparation is: hope for the […]
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One Stop Wonders

…by John Kasp Once viewed as a novelty item, the mobile phone is now such an integral part of our daily lives that, for most of us, to be without one would feel like losing a limb. For many years we have chased our tails with the unending quest to find the best. Almost any […]
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Riding Skills: Body Position

By Andy Ibbott The fact of the matter is simple, you can hang off as far as you like, but if your body position is wrong, the chances of you getting your knee down are slim to non-existent. You can carry extreme amounts of lean on your bike and have everything dragging on the deck […]
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