who works in fixed-income products.
Look: I’ve been thinking about our last consultation. I’d like to apologise for…maybe over-reacting to some of the little jokes you made. As you said: you’re from
an older generation and I expect ‘in your day’ it was perfectly normal to
compliment a woman on her legs. Not your fault if you’re a ‘leg man’ is it? As you said. And as you also so rightly said, it was partly my own fault for wearing quite such a short skirt.
financial advisor, not a ‘lovely bit of skirt’ as you so… amusingly
described me, I don’t see why we shouldn’t continue to have a business
we think is just right for you! Haven’t we, Em?
take some active management, so you’d need to come and see me and Emilie about
it… ooh at least once a month. Or we could even visit you at home, if that’s easier for you? Would
that be OK? Great.
here, just erm… excuse me Em, would you mind shifting your legs? Yes: here it is. So, you could take it away if you like and…? No? You OK with just going ahead and signing?
And there. Sorry, I’ll make some space here on the desk next to Emily’s legs so you can sign. Just there. No: there, Mr
Travers. You won’t sign in the right
place unless you look at it, will you? That’s it. This one’s for the bank: initial every page
and sign at the bottom. Super. That’s
right, just leave the bit saying ‘Beneficiary’ blank: we’ll fill that in.
it! Mind out Em! There we are – if you could just…?
still warm! I warned you he was a joker, didn’t I, Em? Goodness, Em… you look like you’re about to burst with laughter right now – but you have to keep that under control, OK? Like we discussed. Until the business is all settled.
we’re done. Unless you have any more
savings you haven’t told me about? Right
then. Well, I think you’re all set for
the financial future you most certainly deserve, Mr Travers.
explain a thing or two, once all the funds have been transferred, OK?