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Sing for it

It’s not often that you’ll find the majority of Euromoney staff in the same room together, what with vital conferences, meetings and sports-betting events going on all around the world. But to find them all in a church is surely a first.

Last month, the hacks of this fine institution descended on the journalists’ church of St Bride’s, just off Fleet Street in London, to witness one of their own bring down the house faster than the Blitz did in December 1940, albeit with less rebuilding required afterwards. As part of the church’s celebration of 50 years since its reconstruction after the war, St Bride’s put on a lunchtime performance of several of the finest pieces classical music has to offer, including Mozart’s "Chi sà, chi sà, qual sia" and Puccini’s "O mio babbino caro". Centre stage was Euromoney’s resident soprano, Sarah Minns, proving that along with incorrigibility Euromoney can boast a fair amount of creative talent after all.

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