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News and Newsletter Articles

On this tab we list our recent news articles, many of which are included in our regular newsletters sent to Company members.  The articles are listed in reverse chronological order with the most recent first.

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Body Combat - Reflections on Evolution and Aging

How the sexes age and how they deal with it

And so to some reflections on evolution and the question of how the sexes age and how they deal with it…..

The WCoMC Music Group

Putting together special events...


Applications are invited for the 2014 Jon Moulton Doctoral Scholarship

Cass  has announced a new scholarship for advanced study.

The scholarship is awarded by the School in conjunction with the J.P.Moulton Charitable Foundation, advised by the Worshipful Company of Management Consultants.

It is for Cass's four-year doctoral programme and offers support of £15,000 per year for the successful candidate.

Starting on the Wrong Foot?

Always great to work with a client organisation that is innovative, entrepreneurial and client-focused. Oh... Hold on.....

The experience of taking on the Freedom of the City of London at Guildhall

Sue Whittle consorts with the Guildhall Beadle, the Clerk to the Chamberlain's Court, and repairs to Ironmonger Lane for champagne and banquet...

I know many members of WCOMC will have attended Freedom ‘ceremonies’ but for those that haven’t and especially new members, I thought I’d tell you about my experience of this on January 31st.

WCoMC consulting pro bono input ....

The Whitehall and Industry Group (WIG)

The dangerous legacy of Monty Python

Axe-wielding energy and fun - but also darkness - as portrayed by the English Touring Opera

There is a whole generation in Britain for whom any mention of lumberjacks inevitably brings to mind that Python ditty “I’m a lumberjack and I’m OK...” This possibility certainly didn’t occur to WH Auden and Benjamin Britten when they wrote Paul Bunyan in 1941, but it certainly did to your correspondent when a small party from the Company visited rehearsals of the English Touring Opera in January as guests of Noorzaman Rashid.

A glittering arrangement of world-recognised celebrity artists

At the Ealing  Music & Film Valentine Festival, many of these celebrities were there in person.

The route to becoming Lord Mayor...

How the City of London operates

This diagram was authored by Frank Moxon, Junior Warden of The Worshipful Company of International Bankers.  It has been adapted for WCoMC by PM Alan Broomhead


Alan Harpham - In Memoriam 6th January 2014

Alan contributed to WCoMC and the community in very many ways



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