In 1992, with a newly minted MBA, not long married and with a young child, Mrs Moneypenny embarked on a career in the City. The next nine years were to see her initiation into the way the capital markets really operate (Survival in the City). Moving to Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo (Mrs Moneypenny: Email from Tokyo), and producing two more children en route, by the time she left the Square Mile to set up her own business she had worked across most investment banking disciplines and with many extraordinary characters. Mrs Moneypenny: Crunch Time shows the working mother, housewife and entrepreneur expressing her views on what to wear to the World Economic Forum in Davos to the single unified rate of Capital Gains Tax, whilst completing her pilot’s licence. Join her in Mrs Moneypenny Returns as the majority owner of her business, when her children (Cost Centres 1,2 & 3) are at heinously expensive boarding schools, and meet her Girlfriends, who range from hedge fund managers to doctors to housewives and provide much of her inspiration. Mrs Moneypenny shares her wealth of hilarious and accurate advice to women in her two most recent books, Mrs Moneypenny’s Careers Advice for Ambitious Women and Mrs Moneypenny’s Financial Advice for Independent Women.