The Financial Times held its annual summer party last week in London. Hosted by editor Lionel Barber, the event saw 350 VIPs from business, finance, politics and luxury gather at the newly opened Banking Hall in the heart of the City.
Guests experienced an evening themed ‘Summer Inside’, with drinks and canapes under tall sycamore trees lining the venue’s marble pillars. The trees from the evening will now be planted at Naomi House Hospice for children and young adults.
The Banking Hall is part of the 'venue portfolio' of Camm and Hooper and one of the new venues developed by Managing Director Claire Lawson. Camm and Hooper are set to revolutionise event space in iconic London buildings. Other spectacular sites, including a former leather warehouse in Bermondsey and a number of new venues are currently under development throughout the City of London.
Camm and Hooper is funded through the Imbiba Partnership, focusing on innovation and quality, to deliver an exceptional product on all levels.