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Prince among financial services men

George Delaney of the Cavanagh Group and Nick Tagg from Envision Personnel Solutions made the most of their chance to impress at a recent fancy dress party for Cavanagh staff members.

The theme of the party was the letter H and the impeccably turned-out duo took their chance to dress up as Rod Hull and Prince Naseem Hamed, as if you need to be told.

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