Last week also saw the unveiling of the 2013 Profit & Loss Hall of Fame inductees. The Hall of Fame seeks to honour and recognise people that have made a difference to this industry, this is the sixth class to be inducted.
Andrew Coyne, CEO of Traiana and former head of FX prime brokerage at Citi and Deutsche Bank, was first to be presented to the audience, followed closely by Gil Mandelzis, CEO of EBS and founder and former CEO of Traiana. David Puth, currently CEO of CLS Group and with a series of outstanding achievements in the banking industry was third up before the room came to its feet for the Peoples’ Choice inductee, Fulinda Malone-Rouse who joined EBS in 1998 after a trading career in FX.
Colin Lambert, editor of Profit & Loss, says, “We welcome and congratulate the Class of 2013. The Hall of Fame seeks to recognise those people that make the FX industry a better place. We are very proud of every member of our Hall of Fame, which was inaugurated in 2009 and features a blend of those that have transformed the industry as well as those that have dedicated themselves to making a difference, sometimes in small but important ways. The Class of 2013 maintains the ethos and high quality of the people that have been inducted and we look forward to adding to the Hall of Fame in years to come.”
Readers can nominate for the Profit & Loss Hall of Fame at any time simply by contacting a member of the editorial team.