Hedge Fund PM And Media Magnate Wife Detail Interest In Attending Networking Event For "The Sexual Elite" - Dealbreaker

Hedge Fund PM And Media Magnate Wife Detail Interest In Attending Networking Event For "The Sexual Elite"

Also, a full run-down of the evening, for those who haven't heard from their counterparts at UBS.
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As some of you may recall, late last week a item ran in the Post announcing the weekend plans of "a group of British female bankers who work at UBS’s Midtown office." They were: to attend a party for the "sexual elite," at which a "A-list actors, British aristocrats, Formula One owners, moneyed married couples” and banking heirs would be laid out before them on the beds assembled in room like some sort of orgy buffet. And while we've yet to hear a peep from the Swiss bank re: how the night went, one intrepid reporter has shared her account of the evening. For those considering RSVP'ing yes to the next event in the series, you can expect:

• Audrey Hepburn to set the mood ("There were three flat-screen TVs playing Breakfast at Tiffany’s")

• House rules ("Men must not approach women, men must not talk to women (unless invited), men must wait to be invited")

• A paucity of free drinks ("after the Champagne reception, patrons could purchase drinks from a cash bar")

• Hedge fund guys who flash their résumés ("'I’m a principal at a major hedge fund and my wife is a media magnate. She is 100 times more successful than I am,' he volunteered as he inched closer and closer. I asked why he and his wife of 10 years enjoy going to these parties. 'We’re fit, we have good bodies and we like sex, and want to share our sex with others,' he said.")

• Scintillating conversation ("Like clockwork, 11 p.m. hit, and Romein grabbed a finance-looking guy by his striped tie, pulled him to a bed plopped adjacent to the bar and pushed his head down toward her crotch — while she chatted with the woman seated next to her.")

A night inside the sex club hosted by Kate Middleton’s pal [NYP]

Earlier: UBS Employees Slated To Attend Networking Party For “The Sexual Elite” This Weekend: Report

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