Today's Economist (that's today in Tbilisi, I suppose for everyone else it's last week's) has an advert from the Church of England offering a six figure salary to a new Director of Investments.
The Church Commissioners say "investment performance has been very strong and the Director of Investments is a new role".
Well, they must be the only ones with a strong investment performance at the moment. I wonder why they need to pay a six figure salary, when there must be plenty of people wanting this job.
And how did they do so well before? Perhaps they have a hot line not available to the rest of us. If not and they really have a strong performance, they should stick to what they did before and not risk hiring someone responsible for the current mess that the rest of us have been landed in.