Men and Money: The City in the 1960s | A portrait of the bankers who ran London's 'Square Mile'
Financial man is laid bare in this series from 1964 exploring how the City of London's great institutions operated in the days before the markets went global.
From the floor of the old Stock Exchange to the dealing room at Lloyds, we meet the men who followed their fathers into the world of high finance through the club and the old school tie.
Released to accompany BBC Two's 'City Season', this collection provides a unique counterpoint to today's 24-hour financial culture with a glimpse back to the way the City used to do business in the years before the Big Bang.
'People trust banks and the banks trust the government.'
A look at the analysts whose predictions help navigate the money maze.
Behind the scenes with the 'Man from the Pru' and the 'Names' at Lloyds.
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