Launched in 1999 by Founding Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, Julie Ros, P&L Services Ltd has consistently provided informative, relevant insight into the latest developments within the FX industry sourced by our experienced, independent team of staff journalists.
Now published twice a year, Profit & Loss magazine provides unique coverage of both the buy and sell sides of FX and places strong emphasis on analysing strategic shifts and technological advances to ensure readers are equipped with the knowledge for efficient growth. Magazine articles as well as daily news, are available on this site to subscribers.
P&L Services Ltd also runs the highly successful Forex Network and Growth Markets series of global conferences. These premier industry events provide ideal platforms for international networking and establishing valuable working relationships. Profit & Loss holds regular annual conferences in London, New York, Chicago, Scandinavia, Singapore and Latin America, as well as workshops for the HFT and fund management sectors and free audio webinars on a variety of industry topics.
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Julie Ros has been a journalist covering the currency markets since 1989. She founded P&L Services and Profit & Loss magazine in 1999. Six months after the launch of Profit & Loss, Julie started the industry’s premier series of FX conferences, now known as Profit & Loss Forex Network. In 2008, she expanded the conference series through the addition of FX Growth Markets conferences.
Prior to P&L, Julie worked from 1993-99, at Waters Information Services (now Incisive Media) as the London Bureau Chief, as well as editor of the newsletter, FX Week; and editor of ACI Briefing, published by Profit & Loss since 1999. Julie started her career as a currency markets reporter for the former Dow Jones Telerate.
Colin Lambert joined P&L Services in August 2001 after a 24-year career in the financial markets, predominantly in foreign exchange trading. He joined P&L from MCM Inc, an analytical company focused on the financial markets. Whilst there, Colin managed the flagship CurrencyWatch I product. In his dealing career, he worked in New York, Singapore, Toronto, Tokyo and London for both buy-side and sell-side institutions, in several roles, including chief dealer.