This page contains the full service in memory of city folk.

We are going to raise a glass to our friends in The Jamaica Wine House, St. Michael's Alley, off Cornhill, after the service. Please join us.

The Stock Exchange Veterans would like to express their grateful thanks to
Rev Crossley; Richard Townend, the Organist; our soloist, Toni Nunn
and to all the staff at St Margaret’s Church, for supporting this memorial again.
The service sheets were kindly printed by Smith & Williamson Investment Management Ltd.

There will be a Retiring Collection which will be shared between the Stock Exchange Veterans Charity Association and the work of St Margaret’s Church.

The Stock Exchange Benevolent Fund (‘SEBF’) was created by the members of the London Stock Exchange (‘LSE’) and their firms to provide support to present and past members of the LSE and their families, who fell upon hard times. Since 1994 there have been no new members of the LSE but the SEBF continues to award annuities or emergency grants to surviving members and their dependents. Please get in touch with us if you know of a former member, or their family, that may need help. Website: Our thanks go to the SEBF for sponsoring our soloist today.

The Stock Exchange Veterans began life as a football team in 1958 and over the years, with the old dealing floor closing, a charitable organisation that this year supported 100 small and large charities, across a wide range of causes, evolved. This year’s Charity Dinner takes place on Thursday 15th June at the Grange Hotel, St Paul’s.

The last Stock Exchange Dealing Floor