In the FICC of It

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With P&L’s editor Galen Stops showing his contempt for the listenership by declining to call in to the podcast from halfway down a black run on a snowboard, this week’s In the FICC of It takes a look back as managing editor Colin Lambert is joined by P&L’s founder Julie Ros, just over 20 years to the day she incorporated Profit & Loss.

Although they somehow manage to omit to mention how they wrote pieces for the magazine about Caribbean and Scottish holidays and, even worse, took their own cover pictures, the two look back to the early days of e-FX, which coincided with the launch of Profit & Loss, and look at how things have changed – and in some cases have not.

The names of the leaders in e-FX may have changed, as Ros notes, but our two podcasters agree that there is much that remains the same, in both the single and multi-dealer platform world especially.

One week after Stops and Lambert went to town on each other’s predictions for 2019, Ros offers Lambert a chance to critique someone else’s predictions for the foreign exchange industry, made in 2000, and you will be glad to hear that in spite of the aforementioned clairvoyant going onto to become Prime Minister of his country, Lambert shows his customary disregard for rank and gives it both barrels…

With P&L’s editor Galen Stops showing his contempt for the listenership by declining to call in to the podcast from halfway down a black run on a snowboard, this week’s In the FICC of It takes a look back as managing editor Colin Lambert is joined by P&L’s founder Julie Ros, just over 20 years to the day she incorporated Profit & Loss. Although they somehow manage to omit to mention how they wrote pieces for the magazine about Caribbean and Scottish holidays and, even worse, took their own cover pictures, the two look back to the early days of e-FX, which coincided with the launch of Profit & Loss, and look at how things have changed – and in some cases have not. The names of the leaders in e-FX may have changed, as Ros notes, but our two podcasters agree that there is much that remains the same, in both the single and multi-dealer platform world especially. One week after Stops and Lambert went to town on each other’s predictions for 2019, Ros offers Lambert to chance to critique someone else’s predictions for the foreign exchange industry, made in 2000, and you will glad to hear that in spite of the aforementioned clairvoyant going onto to become Prime Minister of his country, Lambert shows his customary disregard for rank and gives it both barrels…

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