We don’t normally think of bankers as world-class athletes, but they are under pressure to perform, and make deals, on a daily basis. A good deal can make millions, and a bad deal can lose just as much. Competition is stiff, and bosses are impatient. So the bankers hustle. And apparently they run, physically, from one appointment to another, these masters of the universe. Echoing sports photography, big game safari hunting, sociological typologies—a look at the desperate hustle and physical exertion put in by the world’s bankers as they fuel our next boom (or bust) photographed by Reinier Gerritsen.