Daba dating banker
Many say they’d rather date teachers or some exotic trapeze artist–anything different from what they already do.
Conversely, some women don’t date bankers because they find them self-absorbed, too busy and overly work-focused.
It did not come as a major shock when the New York Times published a confusing Editor’s Note on Feb.
25, asserting that it had been misled by the subjects of an infamous Jan.
Supporting their greedy husbands in boom time came easy with a platinum credit card and a house in the Hamptons but the privileged princesses have found the pressures of tightening the purse strings, and the strains it puts on their relationship, so hard they've set up Dating a Banker Anonymous.
The support group meets for lunches and cocktails where they share sad tales of credit card cancellations and reminisce about the good times, and have even launched an online blog to cope with the fallout of the financial crisis.
In it, freelancer Ravi Somaiya described a group called Dating A Banker Anonymous (DABA) as "a support group founded in November to help women cope with the inevitable relationship fallout from, say, the collapse of Lehman Brothers or the Dow’s shedding 777 points in a single day, as it did on Sept.
28 story about a group called DABA (Dating a Banker Anonymous).
The Times had chronicled the meetings and Web site of this purported support group for girlfriends of Wall Street machers whose dating lives had recently been drained of their liquidity.
Wall Street WAGs console themselves at the Dating a Banker Anonymous meetings and accompanying website (posed by model) The blog invites women to join 'if your monthly Bergdorf’s allowance has been halved and bottle service has all but disappeared from your life'.
It describes itself as 'A safe place where women can come together, free from the scrutiny of feminists, and share their tearful tales of how the mortgage meltdown has affected their relationships.'Dawn Spinner Davis, 26, recently signed up to Dating a Banker Anonymous after her husband stopped playing golf and she began to feel the pressures of supporting her 28-year-old private wealth manager man. Megan Petrus set up the group after her relationship with a trader of a major bank suffered when he seemed more concerned about a colleague being made redundant than her father having a heart attack.