From long hours at Deutsche Bank to baking cupcakes on national TV.
Bloomberg News reports that Selasi Gbormittah, who works in global transaction banking at Europe’s largest investment bank, is challenging other contestants on BBC One’s “The Great British Bake Off,” one of the country’s most popular TV shows. A spokesman for Deutsche Bank confirmed Gbormittah works for the firm in London.
Starting on August 24, the banker will join 11 other hopefuls competing on the cooking program. The contestants will be whittled down each week until one is eventually crowned champion. The 2015 final, won by Nadiya Hussain, was the U.K.’s most-watched TV show last year with a peak audience of 14.5 million.
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