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One-on-One Lunch at the NoMad Hotel, New York, with Gillian Tett, Markets and Finance Commentator and Assistant Editor of the Financial Times

The Lunch

If your bid is successful, you will be joining Gillian for one-on-one lunch at the NoMad Hotel, 1170 Broadway & 28th Street, New York, New York 10001, on a date that is mutually agreeable for both parties.

Post-Sale

Winning bidders will be contacted by the Financial Times via email following the close of sale to agree a suitable date.

In her previous roles, Gillian Tett was US managing editor and oversaw global coverage of the financial markets. In March 2009 she was Journalist of the Year at the British Press Awards. In June 2009 her book Fool’s Gold won Financial Book of the Year at the inaugural Spear’s Book Awards.

In 2007 she was awarded the Wincott prize, the premier British award for financial journalism, for her capital markets coverage. She was British Business Journalist of the Year in 2008. She joined the FT in 1993 and worked in the former Soviet Union and Europe, and in the economics team. In 1997 she was posted to Tokyo where she became the bureau chief, before returning in 2003 to become deputy head of the Lex column.

All proceeds from the sale of this lot will be paid to World Child Cancer.

Please note this lot is the property of a trader. See H1 of the Conditions of Sale.
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The Financial Times has joined forces with Christie’s and some of the world’s leading restaurants in London and New York to offer you the opportunity to bid for a one-on-one lunch with your favourite FT columnist. All proceeds go to the FT’s seasonal appeal charity, World Child Cancer, which aims to improve cancer treatment and care for children across the developing world. As a further incentive for giving, the UK government will match the winners’ bids pound for pound, doubling your donation.

The survival rate for children with cancer is just 5% in developing nations compared to 80% in developed countries. World Child Cancer aims to address this inequality in cancer care by improving diagnosis, as well as providing access to life-saving cancer treatment.

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