If Korea wins, Carsten goes bald

In a bid to raise $10,000 for Oxfam, CSFB''s head of debt capital markets has thrown down the gauntlet to FinanceAsia.

There are many sound reasons to want Korea to beat Spain on Saturday. Obviously, it will be a great boost for Asian football. Obviously it will also be good for Korea and will enhance its sense of national pride.

But another good reason is that CSFB's half-Japanese half-German head of debt capital markets will have to shave off one of the best preened manes in the Asian markets and go bald. In a bet with FinanceAsia, Carsten Stoehr has said that if Korea win he will have his head shaven on the trading floor this coming Monday at noon along with Alister Moss his head of syndicate.

However, there is a...

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