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Jan 13, 2009

Ive heard all 3 being used, but from my experience its more (80% of the time) number 2.

Jan 13, 2009

Well, Bruce Wasserstein uses number two...as does David-Weill. I'd go with what they say.

Jan 13, 2009

It's 2.

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Jan 13, 2009
anewleaf:

It's 2.

/thread

seconded.

Jan 13, 2009

what? i thought it sounded the same as "lasered"

no wonder i didn't make it to the second round...

Jan 13, 2009

Definitely number 2 luh-zard

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Jan 13, 2009

It's actually neither of the three. It's Luh-czar.

Jan 13, 2009

haha its luh-ZARD

Jan 13, 2009

which leads to the next logical question: at which investment bank would a pirate work?

Jan 13, 2009

2

Jan 13, 2009

Thank you thread, for helping me see the wrongs of my ways.

Jan 13, 2009

what about the second part "Freres"?

I think it sounds like "fair"?

Jan 13, 2009

it's three in london with an s at the end - every bank has an s at the end of it in london

Lazards, Merrills etc.

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Jan 13, 2009

Freres is like 'frair'

Jan 13, 2009

Fur-Air?

Jan 14, 2009

Basically, like fair, but with an 'r' between the 'f' and the 'air'.

Sep 11, 2012
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