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Having grown up in Tanzania, Hassan Abbas is the office’s resident Swahili speaker. Rumour has it he was born in a suit (navy chalk stripe double breasted to be specific) and a bit too late for his ideal era, the 1960s. When he’s not window shopping on Savile Row, you’ll find him on the golf course working on his short game or talking football at the water cooler.