It meets several times a year after Institute Sessional meetings and every summer it holds a social event to which members bring their partners. For the other meetings it visits an interesting variety of restaurants.
The club has an inherited estate and is currently operating a policy of slowly distributing this
As a result, membership fees of £30 per session and dining fees of £35 for members and £45 for guests represent good value for money.
The club currently has vacancies for new members. Anyone interested in joining should contact the secretary.
Officers of the Debtors’ Club
Chairman: Stuart Hicks BSc FIA
Secretary and Treasurer: John Broome-Saunders BSc FIA
Tel: 020 7893 3441
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