Did you guys hear about the crazy investment banker who flew to London to creepily stalk his ex-girlfriend? Anyone who doesn’t think money is an appealing quality in a boyfriend or girlfriend simply hasn’t dated a rich one yet. Like, Spring Break your sophomore year of college when you were 19, hard. It can be very exhausting to keep up with them as they release the stress and tension of an 115-hour workweek in one night. They always look cute and professional when you meet up with them right after work and they’re still in their suits/work clothes.
Gawker seems to think the story is a pretty good argument for never dating an investment banker, ever.
And then he follows you to London, breaks into your apartment, steals candlesticks, pretends to be an Israeli secret agent, and puts a tracking device in your bag.” Ok, yes, not appealing, but not sure we’re ready to make a definitive judgement on dating investment bankers based off of one crazy guy.
This post was inspired by What every banker girl needs.
Once again, this reminds me that there are many delusional girls in New York City.
Village Voice published an article in 2011 that detailed how unbearable these women are: Dear Single Women of NYC: It's Not Them, It's You.
As a Young Asian Professional (YAP) in NYC, I am affiliated with various social groups including Asian Ivy League Mixers and one type of girls that you can't miss out is your typical "banker chick".
I want to talk about how they think, what they got it all wrong and why you shouldn't waste your time on them.My quick bio: I am at a Private Equity firm that focuses on Emerging Markets. Started as a hobby in 2010, I mainly focus on Asian Investment Bankers in the New York City area. I have helped many men get married as well as get into a long lasting relationship.I also write a column for one of the best dating coaches in the US.I enjoy helping people with their career challenges as well as with their relationship problems.Just to remind our readers about Bankerella's post, a bit self absorbed? I promise to be true to you in good times and in bad, in sickness and in health.Every week I handle a bunch (call it a round half-dozen) of challenges that I consider to be a basic part of my life. Be unable to get enough time to eat or use the bathroom for 6-8 hours. Stand up for yourself to the guy who signs your checks. So the first requirement is really asking my partner to be really honest to herself in learning who she is and then loyally following her true callings in life. It means that no matter thick or thin you are willing to stand by him. I will love you and honor you all the days of my life.