There was even more excitement than the (already high) usual levels at Hedge Funds Review's November family office luncheon at Claridges, when Eddie Jordan kicked off proceedings with a few words in his role as non-executive director at London's Clareville Capital.
Speaking at the event organised in conjunction with Seig de Vater from Debreck's Marketing, Jordan likened the rush of working in the hedge fund industry to that gleaned from his former involvement in Formula One. He admitted,
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