Chris Cummings

York, Nicola
May 2009
Money Marketing;5/28/2009, p35
The article profiles Chris Cummings, the director of Aifa, in Great Britain. Cummings was born in 1967 in Wakefield, England. He finished a degree in Philosophy at NewCastle University in Newcastle, England. He believes that a person needs to study history in order to prevent of committing mistakes. Cummings claim of aspiring to be part of the army when he was younger.


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