Guild of Investment Managers applies to join apothecaries, bowyers and curriers as a City of London livery company
A group of investment managers has applied to join the exclusive ranks of bakers, broderers, basketmakers, fishmongers, feltmakers, cordwainers and apothecaries among the City of London’s historic livery companies.
The Guild of Investment Managers, founded last year, has sent a letter of intent to the Court of Aldermen, the group of 25 City bigwigs representing the wards of the Square Mile, asking to be officially recognised, City A.M. understands... Read more.
FYONA KNIGHT: GUILD BUILD
Beacons of modernism they are not. From the oldest — generally recognised to be the Weavers Company (established in 1155) — to the most recently formed (the Worshipful Company of Arts Scholars, granted livery status four years ago), the City of London’s livery companies are among the most staid institutions in the Square Mile... Read more.