”I know what you are thinking. What does an Essex man with a Massachusetts accent know about our industry?” – International Financial Data Services chief executive Charles Eppinger speaking to a conference audience.
”We are going to send out 1.7 million pieces of paper with cherubs on, plus only another 700,000 each year, probably on the week of the next postal strike. It is a frightening thought.” – Pima chairman John Brasington on child trust funds.
”A 21-year-old in a G-string is unlikely to get principal status from the FSA.” – Prudential national mortgage club manager John Malone bemoans the high levels of sleaze at last week's Mortgage Expo.
”I'm always monosyllabic but normally a lot louder.” – Quill PR Roddi Vaughan-Thomas.
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Momentum IFA Alan Makinson and friends enjoyed a racing day at Rockingham race course last week after winning the GE Life competition run with Money Marketing.