The Twelve Banking Days of Christmas

The Twelve Banking Days of Christmas

Chris Skinner

Chairman at The Financial Services Club

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The Twelve Banking Days of Christmas

27.12.2016 07:45 am

Tis the season to be jolly and, in that spirit, I thought it was time to update some of our Christmas songs.  Here’s the revised version of the twelve days of Christmas ….

 

On the first day of Christmas

my big bank sent to me:

A diamond in an APR loan.

 

On the second day of Christmas

my big bank sent to me:

Two Coders

and a diamond in an APR loan.

 

On the third day of Christmas

my big bank sent to me:

Three Traders

Two Coders

and a diamond in an APR loan.

 

On the fourth day of Christmas

my big bank sent to me:

Four Challenger Banks

Three Traders

Two Coders

and a diamond in an APR loan.

 

On the fifth day of Christmas

my big bank sent to me:

Five Goldman Bankers

Four Challenger Banks

Three Traders

Two Coders

and a diamond in an APR loan.

 

On the sixth day of Christmas

my big bank sent to me:

Six Masters of the Universe

Five Goldman Bankers

Four Challenger Banks

Three Traders

Two Coders

and a diamond in an APR loan.

 

On the seventh day of Christmas

my big bank sent to me:

Seven Mobile Updates

Six Masters of the Universe

Five Goldman Bankers

Four Challenger Banks

Three Traders

Two Coders

and a diamond in an APR loan.

 

On the eighth day of Christmas

my big bank sent to me:

On the twelfth day of Christmas

Eight Nasty Letters

Seven Mobile Updates

Six Masters of the Universe

Five Goldman Bankers

Four Challenger Banks

Three Traders

Two Coders

and a diamond in an APR loan.

 

On the ninth day of Christmas

my big bank sent to me:

Nine Extra Charges

Eight Nasty Letters

Seven Mobile Updates

Six Masters of the Universe

Five Goldman Bankers

Four Challenger Banks

Three Traders

Two Coders

and a diamond in an APR loan.

 

On the tenth day of Christmas

my big bank sent to me:

Ten Tellers Telling

Nine Extra Charges

Eight Nasty Letters

Seven Mobile Updates

Six Masters of the Universe

Five Goldman Bankers

Four Challenger Banks

Three Traders

Two Coders

and a diamond in an APR loan.

 

On the eleventh day of Christmas

my big bank sent to me:

Eleven FS Consultants

Ten Tellers Telling

Nine Extra Charges

Eight Nasty Letters

Seven Mobile Updates

Six Masters of the Universe

Five Goldman Bankers

Four Challenger Banks

Three Traders

Two Coders

and a diamond in an APR loan.

 

On the twelfth day of Christmas

my big bank sent to me:

Twelve Percent Interest

Eleven FS Consultants

Ten Tellers Telling

Nine Extra Charges

Eight Nasty Letters

Seven Mobile Updates

Six Masters of the Universe

Five Goldman Bankers

Four Challenger Banks

Three Traders

Two Coders

and a diamond in an APR loan.

 

 

Oh, and just in case you missed it, don’t forget to read Jimmy Diamond’s Christmas Carol. 

santa

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