Financial crisis terminology workshop in London

An interesting upcoming event, to be held on Thursday 15 November 2012 at 6.30 pm, organized by the London Regional Group of the UK’s Institute of Translation & Interpreting (ITI).

Workshop leader: Alex Brummer, City Editor of the Daily Mail.
A journalist with wide experience and a prolific author – for example he is the author of “Britain for Sale” (Published by Random House).

This is an informal workshop where we will discuss the financial crisis and look at some of the the terms that have emerged. For example what is a “haircut” in a financial context?
You don’t have to be a financial wizard to benefit from this workshop. It’s a great opportunity to learn a bit about financial terminology and how to translate them.

You are invited to send some suggestions and terminology questions in advance to Lorna Sandler at adept.lrs@btinternet.com or bring them along on the night.

Free for LRG members; £3 for non-LRG. Further details and registration will be available nearer the time.

Location: Upstairs at the Devereux pub, 20 Devereux Court, Essex Street, London WC2R 3JJ. Nearest tube: Temple. Buses along Fleet St/Strand

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