Oeno’s Head of Business Development Becomes A Freeman Of The Worshipful Company of International Bankers


“Becoming a Freeman of the Worshipful Company of International Bankers is a great honour to me that carries with it a rich tradition and a deep sense of belonging to a framework that traces its history back to 1155 (the Weavers’ Company). However, it also carries a duty to uphold the values of the livery companies. They are integral to the City’s governance: each year liverymen elect the Sheriffs of the City of London, endorse the election of the Lord Mayor and play a prominent part in major events. 

My ceremony was conducted in the Guild Hall and everyone was extremely friendly; especially as none of us new Freeman knew what to expect. However, the sense of comeraderie helped to ebb away any nerves. After the ceremony, I had an opportunity to speak with current and new members and to learn that the livery company is a diverse group of individuals whose common thread is banking. Joining later in the year has meant that I have missed a few events to socialise with other members of the livery company, however I am looking forward to the Installation Dinner in October where our keynote speaker will be the current Bank of England Governor, Andrew Bailey.”

Suthagar McNamara-Rajeswaran | Head of Business Development

Ceremony Freeman of the Worshipful Company of International Bankers at the Guildhall
Freeman Ceremony of the Worshipful Company of International Bankers

We would like to note that in the following months Sid is going to become a Freeman of the City of London.

Our heartfelt congratulations to our colleague from the whole Oeno Group team.

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