Vikram or Nouri?

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It’s Monday and you know what that means—another exciting round of Who Said It?. This week’s entry is based in part on a letter sent out on Friday by a very important person, about a very important task. After the jump, you’ll find two excerpts from said memo. One is real, one is fake, based on the original but slightly altered for our purposes. Correctly identify which is which and there’s a letter of recommendation by us for you to Nick Maounis, re: why he should let you get in on his new cash cow, minimum net worth requirements waived.


A. "This will all take time and effort. There will be setbacks, market uncertainties and demanding work along the way. What I can promise is if we work together as one Iraq, the work we do will be satisfying and enriching. Together, we'll build a bold new place where cooperation and collaboration are encouraged, and excellence is rewarded... a place that attracts the best because in Iraq, the best do better.
Working together across Iraq, we'll help create a better Middle East by fueling economic growth around the region; giving hope to millions of people along with the expertise and resources to help them realize their dreams. I'm excited to be here and you should be too. The potential of Iraq is too great to pass up and the need for action is too urgent to ignore.
--Nouri"
B. "This will all take time and effort. There will be setbacks, market uncertainties and demanding work along the way. What I can promise is if we work together as one Citi, the work we do will be satisfying and enriching. Together, we'll build a bold new organization where cooperation and collaboration are encouraged, and excellence is rewarded... a place that attracts the best because at Citi, the best do better.
Working together across Citi, we'll help create a better world by fueling economic growth around the globe; giving hope to millions of people along with the expertise and resources to help them realize their dreams. I'm excited to be here and you should be too. The potential of Citi is too great to pass up and the need for action is too urgent to ignore.
-Vikram"

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