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“I always felt when I was young that businessmen were pot-bellied, pinstripe-suit-wearing guys with red braces and bald heads.”

“I always felt when I was young that businessmen were pot-bellied, pinstripe-suit-wearing guys with red braces and bald heads.”

Dragon’s Den star Duncan Bannatyne at a Scottish Provident Next Level Tour event explains the difference between businessmen and entrepreneurs while wearing a pinstripe suit.

“I do not get one with chocolate; mine has real estate in it.”

International Financial Centres Forum representative Warren Carbral on his Country Life advent calendar.

“If you can read, type and talk, you can be a journalist.”

Protection Review chief executive Kevin Carr explain-ing when income protection policies won’t pay out.

“Banks really do not want to be messing around having relationships with clients.”

Transact chief executive Ian Taylor dismisses the idea that banks will enter the platform market.

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