Trader proves her worth by closing phenomenal deal | Industry Series 2



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Industry gives an insider’s view of the blackbox of high finance following a group of young bankers as they forge their identities within the pressure-cooker environment and sex and drug-fuelled blitz of international bank Pierpoint & Co’s London office.

In this episode, a short phone call between Harper and Felim leads to potentially disastrous consequences for the Rican deal. Harper must find a way to rectify it in less than 24 hours. Meanwhile, Yasmin is given her first glimpse of Private Wealth Management at a client dinner, but a misjudgement leads to humiliation. Yasmin pursues an alternative route to impress at PWM and escape FX.

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30 thoughts on “Trader proves her worth by closing phenomenal deal | Industry Series 2”

  1. Moral of the story…the system is corrupt to the core.

    Ever since the global money and investment system went across from the gold backed system for global money and wealth measuring, to, push a button somewhere and wealth is instantly created out of nothing, coupled with the US petro dollar, the whole system is fake.

    5 decades plus on from that, and we’re just about to see now what a fake and phoney illusionary FIAT FED money system does to the world. The system is groaning, it’s over cooked, and coming to its end.

    Interesting times ahead next years.

  2. as a former trader of 7 years that worked with 90 other traders in the company (up till 2022), i have never seen or heard of a female trader in any financial institution… like im sure there are but you never know one or know one that knows one, they're like unicorns lmao. I moved to a hedge fund as a portfolio manager and the closest woman trader i know is our head of trading execution, she doesn't trade and i think management just pushed her up because they want to look cool for our investors with "more female exec's".

  3. 📌 Nice video, love how you take your time to educate your viewers. You gave me the mindset to invest my savings now I have made profits over $120k Right now and still making more , I am enjoying a good life with what I made investing. Indeed ‚building a Portfolio income (investing) through a licensed investment adviser is one out of many ways to earn passive income.

  4. Best thing about this scene is Harper uses her previous experience with a mismatched FX trade in season 1 to gain information, that she then uses to her advantage. Proof that there us learning ftom your mistakes.

  5. For the absolute novice. (courtesy ChatGPT)

    Imagine there are two groups of people. One group wants to buy something, let's say it's like buying toys from a store, and the other group wants to sell those toys. They need to agree on a price, just like when you trade toys with your friends. But in this case, they are trading a special kind of money called "quid" and "dollars."

    Before the official trading starts, they have a little time to talk and make deals. The person who wants to buy the toys is a bit worried because they need a lot of money to buy all the toys they want. They're afraid they won't have enough money, so they're talking on the phone trying to figure it out.

    Then, there's another person who knows a lot about how these trades work. They're helping the person who wants to buy the toys. They call someone named Anna, who's in charge of a big group of people who want to sell the toys. They need to make sure they have enough money to buy all the toys they want.

    Anna, the person in charge of selling the toys, talks to the person who wants to buy them. They realize there was a little mistake in how much money they needed, but they fix it quickly. Anna is going to buy some toys as soon as the store opens for the day.

    Then, there's some more talking about buying and selling the toys at the right price. They finally agree on a price for some of the toys, and they'll talk about buying more toys later.

    In the end, they make the deal, and both groups of people are happy with what they got. It's kind of like making trades with your friends, but with a lot more money and talking on the phone involved.

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