Philip Augar, Practitioner and Writer
Philip Augar has been involved with the City as a practitioner and writer for 40 years. His six books include the celebrated Death of Gentlemanly Capitalism (2001), The Greed Merchants(2005) and Chasing Alpha (2009, renamed Reckless in paperback). His latest book is The Bank That Lived a Little: Barclays in the Age of the Very Free Market (2018). He has written many articles for the Financial Times and other publications and appears regularly on BBC radio and television.