City’s Got Talent – here are our five finest gentlemen of 2013

The Capitalist is proud to present the results of our search for the top five hunkiest gents in the Square Mile, as voted for by your good selves. It’s a tough job, but somebody has got to do it...

APPARENTLY there is a lot of love out there for renewables underwriter Kiran Sagoo. The Capitalist was even warned, in the context of this list, to “ignore him at your peril”. Yikes. With an inbox full of gushing emails ranging from the endearing “he’s a handsome fellow” to more prolific declarations of appreciation, he had to make the cut. And yes that is his actual Linkedin profile photo.

REPRESENTING the City in SW1 is Made in Chelsea’s geek-chic eye candy Francis Boulle. Commodity and diamond broker Boulle has recently added several feathers to his bow, penning a book and investing in IT businesses. Also the only City “boi” you are likely to find skateboarding around the Square Mile, Boulle’s boyish good looks make him our ginger hottie of 2013.

OUR hedge fund god James “Wellers” Wellwood, formerly head of Latin American sales at F&C and Thames River Capital, is now turning heads at Cheyne Capital. He's also an ex-England Under 21’s rugby player...

CITY hunk Josh Lewsey is the token sporting fittie to make this year’s talent list of the Square Mile’s finest looking gentlemen. The former England rugby star is now trying his hand at trading with Citibank, having done a stint as a consultant with PwC straight after retiring. Also a former military man, Lewsey is a board member of charity Combat Stress. Swoon.

SILVER fox and socialite of the City hunks is investment banker Peter Soros, the nephew of billionaire George Soros, the “man who broke the Bank of England”. According to Tatler’s Little Black Book of eligible bachelors, he is always excellent fun at parties and never refuses a canapé, and our judging panel think he doesn’t look bad in a dinner jacket either.